BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) - The second Town Hall meeting on George Washington Carver Memorial Gardens will be held in the gymnasium of Jackson-Olin High School, 1300 Avenue F. , Birmingham, Alabama according to State Representative Juandalynn Givan.
The meeting is scheduled for Tuesday October 15th, 2013 at 6:00 p.m.
Rep. Givan says there are no other events scheduled that night at the school so there should be ample space and parking.
The Governor’s Office has confirmed that there will be a representative from that office at the meeting.
Last Thursday the first Town Hall meeting drew such a large crowd to the high school that the auditorium was filled to capacity with people standing in the back and seated in folding chairs in the front of the room.
The cemetery filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy on Monday and we continue to hear from people with concerns about what is in store for the property. There are unanswered questions about what to expect for those with loved ones buried at the property and those who have already purchased burial plots at George Washington Carver Memorial Gardens.
CBS 42 will continue to update the story with new developments as they happen.
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