According to one local funeral home, it’s getting more and more difficult to have “dignified funerals,” in part because of noisy neighbors.
Clyde Sholar, co-owner of Sholar Funeral Home in Pleasureville approached the city commission recently to tackle what he sees as an increasingly noisy problem.
Whether it’s loud music or barking dogs, Sholar said “people are not respecting when we have visitation and when we have funerals.”
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