The City of Danville's Cemetery Committee will meet Monday with plans to finally lay the artificial flowers issue to rest.
At the called meeting, at 5:30 p.m. at city hall, committee members will discuss among themselves what restrictions should be placed on the use of artificial flowers at the city's two cemeteries, Bellevue and Hill Dale.
Though the meeting is open to the public, comments from the audience will not be accepted, said Chairwoman Mimi Becker.
"Not to be rude, but we've heard it all. We need to move on," Becker said. "We need to take this opportunity to make a decision and make a recommendation to the City Commission."
The commission has already approved a new cemetery master plan that calls for major enhancements to Hill Dale and Bellevue over the next several years. An effort to adopt new rules and regulations to back up the master plan hit a snag, however, when many residents objected to the restrictions placed on artificial grave decorations.