Delaware Laws - Title 20 Military and Civil Defense
Sec. 1202. Supervision by Delaware Commission of Veterans Affairs; powers and duties.

Sec. 1202. Supervision by Delaware Commission of Veterans Affairs; powers and duties. (596)(1-click HTML)

The establishment, operation and maintenance of the Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery shall be under the supervision of the Delaware Commission of Veterans Affairs which shall have the following powers and duties: (597)

(1) Select an appropriate site for the Cemetery, pursuant to Sec. 1203 of this title; (598)

(2) Acquire, by transfer of title from another state agency, or by purchase, grant, devise or contract, title to such real property as shall be suitable and necessary for the establishment of the Cemetery; (599)

(3) Apply for, receive, accept and expend any money, materials or other aid granted or otherwise provided by local, state or federal governments or by any source, public or private, in accordance with the terms thereof, for the establishment, operation or maintenance of the Cemetery; (600)

(4) Appoint and employ such persons as shall be needed for the proper operation and maintenance of the Cemetery; (601)

(5) Establish criteria for eligibility for burial in the Cemetery, and set fees for the burial of family members, pursuant to Sec. 1204 of this title; (602)

(6) Promulgate rules, following public hearing, governing the administration and operation of the Cemetery; (603)

(7) Prepare an annual report on the operation of the Cemetery which shall be presented to the Governor and to the General Assembly; and (604)

(8) Perform all other powers and functions necessary or appropriate to carry out the purposes and policies of this chapter. (605)

(64 Del. Laws, c. 46, Sec. 1; 67 Del. Laws, c. 43, Sec.Sec. 1, 2.) (606)


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