A tree with changing leaves stands near the Henry Clay Statue in the Lexington Cemetery. The cemetery relies on sales and income from investments to operate.
A tree with changing leaves stands near the Henry Clay Statue in the Lexington Cemetery. The cemetery relies on sales and income from investments to operate.
A tree with changing leaves stands near the Henry Clay Statue in the Lexington Cemetery. The cemetery relies on sales and income from investments to operate.

Ky. Voices: Public oversight could secure Lexington Cemetery

October 06, 2013 12:00 AM

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