2020 Sugar Grove Cemetery Annual Report

1814 2020 sugar grove cemetery annual report pdf reports 1610673557 713702168e2b4d8fe882258d69829aee 71e8240f99b1c8ae18a3709f36b64cbbd3b57c9a3ed00791c4cc51464ff839a5 217×300 _ytx3dmgqequr thumb jpg 2021 01 14 20 19 17 0 1000 pdf application sugar grove cemetery experienced a landmark year in 2020 april marked the fifth anniver sary of transfer ownership from private association to city wilmington building foundation passed on by has continued make strides improved management and grounds maintenance statistics burials land salesthere were 85 total interments at these 24 cremations 61 full additionally 82 grave spaces pur chased during foundationscity workers poured 57 foundations for new monuments set 3 government markers staff also repaired or leveled 52 older graves this including pouring replacement bases equipped success invested tractor two golf carts additions along with equip ment purchased 2019 our efficiency service facilities currently operates technician manager time laborer 1 2 seasonal laborers busy mowing weed eating season team works diligently preserve maintain grandeur natural beauty 40 plus acres developed over 15 600 when not trimming performing burial services removes old shrubs trees clearing overgrown areas pruning deadwood keep strong healthy as is typical there have been incidents storm damage throughout each tree that falls presents unique challenge carefully remove debris while minimizing privately owned headstones fence front underwent significant repairs summer 2000 feet iconic cast iron was mended broken sections welded bolts pole barn built house equipment provide additional workspace further improvements made shop area addition asphalt drive parking lot erosion project another issue addressed bank lytle creek had monitoring west side section 9 it became clear near would eventually be jeopardy if cut into plan implemented construct retaining wall interfere flow but protect contracted out approximately 50 installed just before thanksgiving bridge assumed responsibility 2015 bridges subject uniform inspection standards other unfortunately truss did pass state ordered closed vehicle traffic until could completed applied awarded municipal grant help offset cost repair through process which early 1900s champion company identified historic structure designation means special consideration must given toward restoration preserva tion hired design build contractor rebuild de sign underway construction will begin spring 2021 an ex pected completion date fall volunteerism always grateful those who volunteer their beautiful because ohio health department recommendations against large gatherings able host workdays group volunteers gather informally prior memorial day participate annual tradition replacing flags veterans garden club continues sponsor flower beds brian shidaker director public andrea tacoronte coordinator kirby keltner 19 page_text extracted_title num_pages analyze pdf_pages pdf_2text timings

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