LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WISH) - A Lafayette cemetery that dates to at least the 1840s is filled with high weeds and local officials aren't sure about its fate.
Fairfield Township trustee Julie Roush says members of the association that oversaw Greenbush Cemetery have died, and its operating funds will soon be gone.
Roush tells the Journal & Courier that the association is expected to disband this summer and turn the cemetery over to the township.
She says the township will be strapped to come up with the about $1,500 needed each time the cemetery is mowed.
Lafayette Mayor Tony Roswarski says the cemetery is an important part of the city's history, with many people key to its development buried there.
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