City of Rochester, NH
Strafford County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the City of Rochester 6-6-1995 as Ch. 36 of the 1995 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
The City of Rochester, by virtue of this reference thereto, hereby adopts the provisions of Chapter 289 of the New Hampshire Revised Statutes Annotated, titled "Cemeteries," as currently enacted, or as from time to time hereinafter amended, including specifically RSA 289:1 through 289:23, within the City of Rochester; provided, however, that in accordance with the provisions of RSA 289:6, II, the City of Rochester shall elect no cemetery trustees, but rather the powers, duties and responsibilities of cemetery trustees, as more particularly described and set forth in said Chapter 289 of the New Hampshire Revised Statutes Annotated, shall be delegated to the Rochester City Manager.
The Old Cemetery by Willow Brook, the Old Town Farm Cemetery and the Cemetery on Haven's Hill shall be under the control of the City Manager acting pursuant to authority conferred upon such City Manager by the provisions of § 49-1 of this chapter, who shall have authority to dispose of vacant lots within said cemeteries, and the money received from any sales of said lots shall be kept by the Board of Trustees of Trust Funds,[1] in accordance with the provisions of this section, and shall be used for the improvement of said cemeteries by the City Manager acting pursuant to authority conferred upon such City Manager by the provisions of § 49-1 of this chapter.
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Editor's Note: See § 7-29, Trustees of Trust Funds.