Bowling Green’s Planning Commission Wednesday night tabled a site plan for four rooming houses on Fourth
Kelen Properties wants to build the rooming houses on Fourth Street at the intersection of South College
The developer requested a waiver on the setback for he structures, which the commission rejected on a 0-6
The developers than asked that the issue be tabled to allow them time to review their plans.
The commission also set July 1 public hearings on:
¥ Rezoning of approximately 0.100 acre behind 507 Harvest lane from M-1, light industrial, to R-2,
single-family residential. Joanne Navin is the petitioner.
¥ An ordinance changing the time frame for messages to change on electronic message boards. The required
interval would be reduced from 15 minutes to 10 seconds.
¥ An ordinance to formally require a financial guarantee for work done in the public right-of-way. This
has been a city policy for several years but the planning department would like the policy to be more
formally adopted.
The commission also reelected Galen Ash as chairperson and named Michael Adler as its representative to
the City Zoning Board of Appeals.