Officials: Owner violating law by prohibiting access to cemetery
According to state officials an historic cemetery sits on nine acres of private land in Seminole County, just a half-mile off busy 436 in Altamonte Springs.
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#1 Jul 16, 2014
I feel for the families who are denied access to the cemetery.
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