“We have tens of thousands of markers in the cemetery, its an old cemetery so many have fallen or tilted and they're leaning. How do we go about resetting that,” Manning says.
Manning says he does not support using taxpayer dollars to cover that cost. He says they are talking with the Springdale Foundation about ways to pay for the service. Springdale’s search for a new general manager also continues. The authority reportedly has about two dozen applicants. Manning says the search committee is looking to select the top six candidates before the board retreat. That is not yet scheduled, but is anticipated next month.