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Cleanup in Oak Hill Cemetery Starts Monday, April 7

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April 3, 2014
Cleanup in Oak Hill Cemetery Starts Monday, April 7

Oak Hill Cemetery Superintendent, Jim Ousnamer is asking people to remove all decorations that you wish to keep from the Oak Hill Cemetery by the end of the day, this Sunday, April 6th.  The annual spring cleanup in the cemetery will begin on Monday, April 7th. Anything left after this date will be thrown...
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Oak Hill Cemetery Clean-Up Announced

March 6, 2013
Oak Hill Cemetery Clean-Up Announced

  03/07/13  Jim Ousnamer, Superintendent of Oakhill  Cemetery announces Spring Clean-up.  All flowers and winter ornaments should be removed from grave sites by Monday, March 18th.  Residents are asked to pick up any arrangements or ornaments they wish to keep before that date.  Clean-up at Oak Hill Cemetery will run Monday, March 18th through...
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Clean-Up Scheduled for Oak Hill Cemetery

March 6, 2012
Clean-Up Scheduled for Oak Hill Cemetery

    03/07/12 Plymouth’s Cemetery Superintendent, Jim Ousnamer has announced the annual clean-up for Oak Hill Cemetery. To facilitate spring cleaning at Oak Hill Cemetery, flowers and winter ornaments should be removed from grave sites before Monday, March 19th.  Residents are asked to pick-up and arrangements or ornaments they wish to keep before that date....
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New Oak Hill Cemetary to Open New Addition and offer a Columbarium

August 9, 2011
New Oak Hill Cemetary to Open New Addition and offer a Columbarium

8/10/11 The Plymouth Common Council approved ordinance 2011-2023 on second and third reading Monday night that will allow for the inclusion of the Gracelawn addition to the New Oak Hill Cemetery. There are 864 grave spaces in the addition that will be located to the west and south of the office and Chapel.   The...
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Police Dept. Transfers Funds from Personnel to Replace 1 of 3 Squad Cars Totaled

August 9, 2011
Police Dept. Transfers Funds from Personnel to Replace 1 of 3 Squad Cars Totaled

08/10/11 A resolution providing the transfer of an appropriation in the General Fund of the City for the Police department was passed unanimously by Council members, the matter did not go without some discussion. Monday night a transfer of $13,497 was allowed from the Police Department personnel services line item to capital outlay. Plymouth...
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2 Suspects Arrested for Cemetery Vandalism, 2 Juveniles Released to Parents

October 6, 2010
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10/07/10 Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter held a press conference Wednesday morning to announce the arrest of two suspects for the vandalism in Oak Hill Cemetery.  Early Sunday morning September 26th approximately 110 gravestones were damaged by vandals.  More than 20 of the gravestones were damaged beyond repair.  Damage is estimated to be more than...
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Reward for Vandalism at Oak Hill Cemetery Grows to $5,000

October 3, 2010
Reward for Vandalism at Oak Hill Cemetery Grows to $5,000

10/04/10 Friday afternoon Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter and Cemetery Superintendent Jim Ousnamer along with Plymouth Police Chief Jim Cox and Investigator Ted Brown held a press conference to announced a substantial increase to the reward fund for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons involved in last week’s...
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CEMETERY VANDALISM REWARD UP TO $2,500

September 30, 2010
CEMETERY VANDALISM REWARD UP TO $2,500

10/01/10 Thanks to more private donations, the reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the persons responsible for the damage to the Oakhill Cemetery has been elevated to $2,500. On Sunday, September 26th approximately 110 gravestones were damaged by vandals. More than 30 of them were damaged beyond repair. Later in...
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MAYOR ANNOUNCES REWARD FOR CEMETERY VANDALISM

September 28, 2010
MAYOR ANNOUNCES REWARD FOR CEMETERY VANDALISM

09/29/10 Thanks to private donations, there is a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the persons responsible for the damage to the Oakhill Cemetery. On Sunday, September 26th approximately 110 gravestones were damaged by vandals. More than 22 of them were damaged beyond repair. Later in the day Tri-Kappa...
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City Begins Task of Fixing Headstones in Cemetery

September 27, 2010
City Begins Task of Fixing Headstones in Cemetery

09/28/10 City employees began the tedious task of resetting dozens of tombstones in Oak Hill Cemetery Monday. During the late night hours of Saturday or early Sunday morning approximately 100 headstones, monuments and grave markers were toppled over, pushed off their foundations and even smashed into pieces. Cemetery Superintendent Jim Ousnamer met with police...
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