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This chain-link fence beside the Holy Cross Cemetery on South Street is not doing its fencely duties. When your only job is to stand up straight, drooping is a notable failure. 

This chain-link fence beside the Holy Cross Cemetery on South Street is not doing its fencely duties. When your only job is to stand up straight, drooping is a notable failure.


Remarks: We called the Commission on Easter Monday, not really expecting to get anyone on the phone. I mean, if anyone is likely to observe a holiday that marks Jesus’s ascension from the grave, it’s a Catholic Cemetery Commission, right? Well, so we thought. But, after rambling through half of a voice message, someone did pick up to tell us that the fence had been repaired after taking a winter beating. Sure enough, we checked it out again and order in fence world appears to have been restored. Alleluia!


Who's Responsible?: The Catholic Cemeteries Commission. 865-6663.

Status: Fixed

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