County to supply container for yard debris and disposal assistance
By Chris Sardelli
Wednesday, February 27, 2013 at 7:00 am (Updated: February 27, 7:02 am)
An abandoned Kershaw cemetery littered with years of brush and debris will receive a slight facelift thanks to a group of dedicated residents and some help from Lancaster County Council.
County Administrator Steve Willis presented a proposed during council’s Feb. 11 meeting plan to help restore Belk Cemetery.
Located just off Jason Street and north of the Kershaw town limits, the cemetery has fallen into disrepair, Willis said.
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