To the Editor: BG Schools committed to filling open records requests
Written by Dr. Ann McVey   
Wednesday, 18 June 2014 08:11
The Bowling Green City School District is a public entity and, as such, complies with all requests for public records in a professional and timely manner. A representative of the district attends an annual meeting to stay current with open records requirements. It is a responsibility that the conscientious people in our schools and offices take seriously each day.
Communicating with our public is key to who we are, and we are uncompromising in that. We take great care in filling every public record request to ensure we are meeting the needs of our residents.
Last Updated on Thursday, 19 June 2014 10:45
To the Editor: BG has made every effort to serve best interests of electric customers
Written by Robert Thayer   
Wednesday, 18 June 2014 08:10
Upon returning to live in Bowling Green after being away for about a decade, I am reminded of the strengths of this community and its people. In particular, we are fortunate to be served by dedicated officials who take the time to listen to constituents. As an example, in response to recent concerns expressed about energy costs, Mayor Richard Edwards has carefully explained the history of the city's long-term contracts with the wholesale power supplier, AMP. While not all will agree with past decisions, it seems evident that every effort has been made to assure that contractual agreements serve the best interests of Bowling Green
Last Updated on Thursday, 19 June 2014 10:43
To the Editor: BG mayor appreciates help on 'welcome' sign
Written by Richard A. Edwards   
Wednesday, 18 June 2014 08:09
On behalf of the citizens of Bowling Green, I wish to offer a public "thank you" to a host of people for making it possible to construct a "Welcome to Bowling Green" sign at the South Main Street entrance into the City.
Special thanks go to Alan Kramer and his family, including his sister, Mary Ellen Pratt, for donating the land; to the anonymous benefactor who generously contributed funds for the material and plantings; to David Yeary for his design work; and to the Public Works Division for overseeing the construction.
Last Updated on Thursday, 19 June 2014 10:41
To the Editor: New school makes more sense for Eastwood
Written by Ken Luidhardt   
Wednesday, 18 June 2014 08:08
I am writing this letter in response to the many opinions I have seen in the Sentinel over the past few months and all were against the building of an elementary school on the main Eastwood campus.
First of all, I have completely remodeled three farm houses over the past several years. My family and I did 90 percent of the tear down and rebuilding. It was a lot of work and a lot of time. The only way it was feasible at all was the fact that my labor was free. If I had hired this work done it would have been 50 percent cheaper to build new homes. Remodeling inferior buildings and making them into new is not cheaper, when you have to hire the labor.
Last Updated on Thursday, 19 June 2014 10:38
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