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|Mulhearn takes over Twin Cities Memorial Gardens|
Mulhearn Funeral Home will take on temporary duties in operating Twin Cities Memorial Gardens following action Tuesday by the state Attorney General.
Attorney General Buddy Caldwell's office secured a restraining order against the cemetery's current owner, Danny Jackson, preventing him from operating the cemetery at this time.
Several complaints have been lodged against the West Monroe cemetery over the past several years, said Tammi Herring with the Attorney General's office.
Those complaints range from poor maintenance to failure to deliver merchandise bought by customers.
The cemetery also violated state law on burial depth during a recent on-site examination by the Louisiana Cemetery Board, Herring said.
In November, the Louisiana Cemetery Board voted against renewing Twin Cities Memorial Garden's certificate of authorization, which allows it to operate as a cemetery.
The Attorney General's office, which represents the Louisiana Cemetery Board, decided to place the cemetery into receivership.
Fourth District Court Judge Benjamin Jones on Tuesday signed the order to place the cemetery under the receivership administration of Mulhearn Corp.
The cemetery will remain under Mulhearn's administration until it is brought into compliance with state law and returned to financial stability. At that time, it will be sold by judicial sale to a licensed cemeterian.
In the meantime, local residents will be able to visit the cemetery and the graves of their loved ones.