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The president of Bowling Green Council has called a special meeting for Thursday, immediately following the 6:30 p.m. public hearing, in council chamber, City Administrative Services Building, 304 N. Church St.
More than a dozen Bowling Green residents raised concerns Monday about the controversial Pedestrian Residential district in the city’s proposed zoning code update.
“Modest and measured” were the watchwords as Bowling Green Council’s Finance Committee held a hearing for the city’s proposed 2023 budget.
The Bowling Green Council Committee of the Whole will meet on Monday at the conclusion of its 7: p.m. regularly scheduled council meeting in the council chamber located in the City Administrative Services Building, 304 N. Church St.
A closely-divided Bowling Green Council voted 4-3 against creating a Residential Renewable Resource Installation Account and a RRR Generation Account that would have provided annual incentive payments for some renewable energy generation.
A controversial proposal in the Bowling Green zoning code revision drew a lot of attention during two meetings on Monday.
Bowling Green Planning Commission on Wednesday recommended that council adopt a proposed update to the bicycle facilities and destinations map in the transportation section of the city’s comprehensive plan.
During a committee of the whole meeting following their regular meeting on Monday, Bowling Green Council continued their efforts to work through the proposed new zoning code.
Bowling Green’s 4th Ward Councilman William Herald will hold his 51st Fourth Ward Quarterly meeting on Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Simpson Garden Building, 1291 Conneaut Ave.
A proposed change to a portion of Bowling Green’s unlawful discrimination ordinance drew support – and some questions – during Monday’s meeting.