Mayfield asking items to be picked up off ground at cemeteries

Those with loved ones at the Mayfield cemeteries are being asked to help clear the area for mowers.

The city is asking that flowers or other objects be only on the monuments from April 1st to November 30.

Items placed on the ground create problems for mowing crews.

Beginning on April 1st, the city will be picking up any flowers or objects that are not directly on the monuments.

Those items will be stored for a while, but you are urged to remove the items before crews do.

The city says it is not responsible for items damaged.

The city will be removing items from the Highland Park, Maplewood, and Oak Rest cemeteries.

If you have any questions, you are asked to contact Russell Brower at 270-247-0067.

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