Dying trees will be replaced and more irrigation added to remove the brown that showed up this summer at the Roseburg National Cemetery Annex, the cemetery’s director, Ted Travers, said Thursday. Veterans and others who visit the cemetery, which opened in February, have complained that about 500 square feet of dead grass and 40 dead trees mar the burial grounds. The brown grass appeared around the columbarium, where cremated remains are inurned. Travers said there are 300 trees at the cemetery. The 40 that withered will be replaced by the contractor, Glen-Mar Construction of Clackamas. Irrigation around the columbarium will …
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