The commission’s ruling included some reasonable regulations. There will be signage and a triple fence around the Environmental Forensics Program’s decomposition site. Bodies will be placed 2,000 feet apart.
The program will be run by Dr. B.J. Ellington, who was recently honored with Carson-Newman’s Community Service Award. She plans to have no more than twelve bodies on the site at a time.
Art ‘s neighbor, Doris M. Ligon, is still suing the county. Doris, who is president of Woodhaven Memory Gardens cemetery, is unhappy about having dead bodies near her property.