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Cemetery faces financial crunch

April 20, 2013

FAIRMONT — The season typically runs from April 1 to Labor Day, when Lakeside Cemetery sees the most graveside visitors....

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Apr-30-13 12:16 PM

Honestly. Poorly written and bad representation. Why don't you do some sort of fundraising or use this forum to explain how the public can help--other than die and leave money? Let's find a way to use the media to be effective here genius'

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Apr-22-13 4:30 PM

A poor choice of words was saying, 'hopefully some rich dude will leave us a lot of money'. I think that calling a person "dude" who potentially has considered leaving the cemetery money, was pretty insensitive. It's a good way to get cut-out of a person's Will.

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Apr-20-13 9:59 AM

Further explanation of how "the county" then "the state" would take possession of the cemetery would help me understand the issue.

If there is a viable group taking care of business now, why would the government need to step in? Can't this be fixed w/ in the community w/ out outside involvement?

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Apr-20-13 2:16 AM

I would say they need some upkeep real badly on there Lake shore. Biggest eye sore I have ever seen. They cut all the shrubs down and just threw them in the Lake. Any other property owner would do this and they would more and likely get fined.

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