The historic Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn is making space where it can.
Old asphalt paths have been removed. The owners of the cemetery purchased a small parcel to expand. They even squeezed in more plots in the grassy spaces between other plots in an effort to get more bodies buried there.
Green-Wood Vice President Gene Adamo said within the next decade the cemetery may have no more room to bury a departed loved one.
“I think, unfortunately, a lot of cemeteries will come to that point,” Adamo said.
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