"No matter where you are or what your problem might be, I am dedicated in helping you," Jacobi says.
Nearly a dozen complaints about the Zachary Public Cemetery have been launched, she says, and they keep getting worse.
Complaints such as misplaced caskets, tombstones and unmaintained burial records.
The cemetery is privately owned, but those working on the complaints locally, say they have had no luck in identifying the owner.
The law states any time someone spends more than $300 to bury a loved one, the cemetery must be licensed by the state cemetery board, but the Zachary Public Cemetery is not licensed by that board.
Jacobi is expected to be at the Zachary City Council meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 11, at 6:30 p.m. to address the Mayor and City Council.
Families with loved ones buried at the Zachary Public Cemetery, located at Old Scenic Hwy. & Hwy. 64, are encouraged to attend a public information meeting to be held Thursday, Dec. 13, at 6:30 p.m. at the Best Western Zachary Inn, Conference Room, 4030 Hwy. 19 in Zachary.
Jacobi will also be at this meeting.
Anyone who has any had any problems with the cemetery or who has questions or complaints about the Zachary Public Cemetery is invited to attend. Anyone with any information about the ownership of the cemetery is also asked to contact Jacobi at (301) 248-1803 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Space is limited, so seating will be on a first come, first serve basis.