Friday, November 25, 2011 at 4:00 am (Updated: November 25, 4:01 am)
SHEPHERDSVILLE - While other counties are allowing cremations to be done as part of pauper burials, county attorney Monica Meredith Robinson said it isn’t proper.
But that is a matter to consider with the General Assembly.
Bullitt Fiscal Court is just looking for a procedure to help those who have no means for a burial have a proper ceremony.
The item, which accounted for $11,000 last year in the county’s budget, has resulted in much discussion for court members.
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