The Historical Hoskins Cemetery on Island Creek Hill off U.S. 421 in Clay County, Kentucky
MANCHESTER, KY (February 26, 2022) - Stella B. House, Attorney-at-Law, PSC of Manchester, Kentucky on Friday, February 25, 2022 released the following statement on behalf of "The friends of the Hoskins Cemetery" after the recent federal court ruling regarding the relocation of 70+ graves in the Historical Hoskins Cemetery on Island Creek Hill off U.S. Route 421 in Clay County, Kentucky.
"The friends of the Hoskins Cemetery and I were very disappointed with the decision of the federal district court judge. We will be meeting on Monday, February 28, 2022, to discuss our options. We have 30 days to appeal to the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. We also have the option of filing a civil action regarding the state claims in the Clay Circuit Court. Either way, I believe it is highly likely that the ultimate decision will be made by an appellate court."
THE FOLLOWING ARE VERY INFORMATIVE LINKS TO ARTICLES WITH VIDEOS RELATED TO THIS ONGOING HOT TOPIC ISSUE:
- OP-ED: THE VETERANS IN THE HOSKINS CEMETERY SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO REST IN PEACE
- Op-Ed: Veterans of the Hoskins Cemetery at Island Creek Hill in Clay County, Kentucky
- "David & Goliath" style Dispute between Friends of the Hoskins Cemetery in Manchester, Kentucky and a School Board (CCBOE) that's Attempting to Relocate the Historical Burial Ground has Landed in Federal Court
- Blaine Price Releases Statement Regarding Desecration of the Historical Hoskins Cemetery in Manchester, Kentucky
- David & Goliath Feud Continues in Clay County, Kentucky Between Citizens and School Board with Controversial Presentations to Fiscal Court Regarding the Boards Attempt to Relocate a Historical Cemetery Dating Back to 1893
- Fiscal Court in Clay County, Kentucky Goes Against Citizens and Approves Controversial Petition by Board of Education to Relocate Historical Cemetery