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Monthly Archive for January, 2014

Did you know that there are currently 33 boards and commissions that require 169 citizen appointments from the Mayor? These groups conduct planning, research, and discuss specific issues which are essential to the continued growth and prosperity of our City.  While some boards only make recommendations and advisory opinions to the Board of Commissioners, others […]

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Although there is still snow on the ground, the City of Bowling Green Parks and Recreation Department is getting ready for the various spring sports that are starting soon. Whether you have a youth in your house that is looking to get into soccer or baseball or if you know an adult who is looking […]

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Did you know that the city has an online calendar that features days and times of city government meetings and other community and city events? Check back frequently to see events that you can attend, or even become involved with. The city’s online calendar can be found here: http://www.bgky.org/calendar/calendar.php  

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The cold weather is definitely here and some of Bowling Green’s residents still have fallen leaves in their yard. Please remember that although it is winter, the City’s Leaf Pickup Season is still operating on a call-in basis. Residents can call 393-3333 to request a pick-up at their residence if they were overlooked or if […]

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The City of Bowling Green online auction is back and as always, is offering a variety of items that will rival any Flea Market.  You can begin bidding on all of our items starting January 13th at 8 a.m. at www.govdeals.com. The City of BG regularly posts online auctions in order to sell surplus items.  […]

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So, it’s the first of the year and 2014 is full of opportunities and potential for change. Resolutions are a personal thing and can focus on any variety of things including saving money, quitting smoking, travelling more, eating better food and of course working out (dun, dun, dun)! Luckily for the residents of Bowling Green, […]

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