Plans for pet cemetery move forward

With just a few minor details left to tweak on a proposed pet cemetery, members of the White Pigeon Township Board agreed Tuesday to move forward with the concept.
Supervisor Don Gloy said the proposal will likely become official with the board’s endorsement next month.
Slated for the northwest corner of White Pigeon Township Cemetery on Vermont Street, the proposed cemetery will have a capacity of 1,040 gravesites.
Jean Tefft, township office coordinator, has played a key role in gathering information and details. She provided an overview of the plan to a crowd of about a dozen people in attendance.
Tefft, who is expected to iron out the minor details over the next four weeks, said the proposed cemetery would be open to anyone, not just the pets of White Pigeon Township residents.
The sites would cost $200 each.

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