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October 8, 2014 Cemetery Board Agenda

 

 

CEMETERY

BOARD MEETING

 

Date:  Wednesday, October 8, 2014           Time:  4:00 p.m.        Location:  100 East Broadway

                                                                                                                           Monmouth, Illinois

 

 

AGENDA

 

 

   I.   CALL TO ORDER

 

 II.   ORDER OF BUSINESS

      

       A.   Consideration of fees

              1.  Winter Burial Fees and Costs

                    a.  Warren County Memorial charges $75 as dictated by weather (December                                       through March)

                    b.   Monmouth Cemetery – propose $100 since City uses jackhammer on                             backhoe

              2.   Cremation Memorials

              3.   Monument and Marker Setting Fees

       B.   Clean-up Ad approval

       C.   Permanent Lot Markers

              1.  Design Approval

              2.  Section and Number Approval

       D.   Maintenance Issue

              1.  Grave Treatment Policy

              2.  Cemetery Equipment Needed

                   a.  Letter to Mayor, Administrator and Woodard & Curran asking to have a                                     mini-excavator included in the Capital Replacement Plan.

                   b.  Repair of Cemetery Power Washer

       E.   Meeting Schedule

              1.  Set 2 times per year – Spring (April) and Fall (October) and as needed.                                                                                                                       

III.   OTHER BUSINESS

         1.  Grave Opening Authorization

 

 IV.   ADJOURNMENT

 

 

 
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