Chicora white paper on the reestablishment of a cemetery board and its effect on cemetery preservation
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SubjectSouth Carolina Cemetery Board; Cemeteries--Law and legislation--South Carolina; Cemeteries--Conservation and restoration--South Carolina
This paper discusses the proposed changes and legislation regarding the regulation of cemeteries as well as the establishment of a Cemetery Board.
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