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Permit - for what? You need a permit to spread someone's ashes? I don't believe anyone anywhere has ever been "cited" for not having a permit for that. They just don't want people building memorials, putting up crosses, and making a gravesite out of it.
Permit - for what? You need a permit to spread someone's ashes?... TWWG
Well, I do not think they will ask us to pick up the ashes after it's done.
Quote from: STARLITDARKNESS3 on February 03, 2008, 09:40:25 PMWell, I do not think they will ask us to pick up the ashes after it's done. I wouldn't want to place a money bet on that.
while i am not personally a fan of cremation, i am not sure why anyone in his right mind would consider applying for a permit to spread ashes anywhere . who in the world is going to know what you are doing; and, what are the chances someone is going to observe and cite you participating in unadvised remains distribution? that is...as long as you don't post photos of yourself perpetrating such an act near a tent which has been set up in a "sensitive" zone.
Asking a rhetorical question here and not advocating breaking any rules, but why couldn't you just fish out the tag before scattering the ashes?
Quote from: Robert on March 10, 2014, 12:17:10 PMAsking a rhetorical question here and not advocating breaking any rules, but why couldn't you just fish out the tag before scattering the ashes?Im guessing many people don't know about that tag.
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