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The five wooden crosses in the Lawrenceburg Cemetery may soon be replaced by stone monuments at no cost to the families who have been fighting to keep them there.
At a meeting Friday afternoon, the Public Works Committee of the city council decided to make a peace offering to the families who were recently asked to remove wooden crosses from their loved ones graves because they were not in compliance with the city’s cemetery ordinance.
Councilman and committee chair Bobby Durr suggested that the city offer those families grave markers at no cost to them.
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