Shortly after my recent front-page article about the City of Austin’s decision to force the removal of decorations on graves at city-owned cemeteries, I heard from Danny Camacho, a retiree who has cousins buried in Austin Memorial Park.
Camacho noted the comments from people who object to removing items they’ve added to graves at the Hancock Drive cemetery. Camacho, whose interest in genealogy has made him familiar with local cemeteries, wanted to speak for the other side.
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