The Mexico City Council continued their discussion on temporary memorial marker at Monday’s meeting.
A temporary memorial marker is put up in the location a person died unexpectedly.
City Manager Bruce Slagle proposed the wording of a new ordinance that would allow the markers that were previously prohibited.
The memorial would be permitted to be in place for a period of 180 days from the date of the death, and would be in the form of a Latin cross.
The markers cannot cause an obstruction or be placed at intersections. Additionally, they cannot exceed 30 inches tall or 18 inches wide.
Lastly, no marker would be permitted for someone who died in the process of committing a crime that led to their death.
The board will vote on the temporary markers in the future.