State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) applauded the Ohio House’s recent passage of House Bill 168, which would establish a cemetery grant program to provide funds to cemeteries to defray the costs of exceptional maintenance or training of personnel in the operation of cemeteries.

The bill began in the House State and Local Government Committee, which Rep. Anielski chairs, and passed out unanimously. It would help cemeteries provide reasonable maintenance to the lots and memorials located within.

“House Bill 168 creates an opportunity to care for cemetery monuments and the premises dedicated to the memory of those loved ones who have passed,” said Rep. Anielski.

The bill now awaits further consideration by the Ohio Senate. 

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