The City of LaFayette City Council heard from angry citizens at a special called meeting Thursday evening at City Hall.  The residents are angry at the city for removing items from the graves of loved ones at the LaFayette City Cemetery. The meeting was the result of the mayor and city council ordering a cleaning of the city cemetery after city workers complained that it was hard to mow around the graves with objects, such as benches, crosses and mementos left by family members.  The mayor and city council ordered the cleaning, but the city workers removed everything, including flowers from graves. Thursday evening’s meeting in LaFayette saw angry citizens demanding to know why this happened.  City officials told residents that mistakes had been made but also cautioned family members to look at the back of their cemetery deed which states the cemetery policies….policies that have been in place for thirty years. (Information from Walker County Messenger, WQCH and WTVC)