Meeting to address disrupted graves from flood
ASCENSION PARISH – The Ascension Parish Sheriff's Office of Homeland Security is holding a public meeting for family members of those whose graves were disrupted as a result of the August flood.
FEMA re-interment specialists will register families at the meeting for reburial costs and give them detailed re-interment plans.
The meeting will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 5 at the Parish Government Complex located at 615 E. Worthey Street.
For those who have questions, call Ascension OHSEP Planning/Intelligence Officer, Meredith Conger at 621-8360 for more information.
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