Mineral Wells City Council this evening unanimously amended the Woodland Park Cemetery ordinance to ensure flags are flown at any gravesite every hour of every day. There are some specifications on size and placement, and tattered flags will be removed. We will have the story, photos and video coming.
Flags can fly at every gravesite every day
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