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Monthly Archive for April, 2014

  Passing by our Porter Pike station in the last few months you might have done a double take late at night – that place looks like it might be on fire!!!  A closer looked would have revealed four Bowling Green Firefighters gathered around a metal object with welding rods blazing and smoke showing out […]

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Have you been holding on to old paint, chemicals, fluorescent light bulbs, oils, antifreeze or other products that cannot be disposed of easily? If so, the City of Bowling Green and Warren County have partnered to provide one day only to dispose of these items for you. The Annual Household Hazardous Waste and E-scrap Collection […]

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Spring cleaning is a perfect time to get rid of old paint, electronics, batteries and chemicals that may be stored in your home. Household Hazardous Waste Day provides a safe way to dispose of this waste. Watch this week’s Update BG to learn more about this event that takes place this Saturday, April 26.  

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Sinkholes ~ Matt Powell

Bowling Green and Warren County are located in a karst region that is typified by caves, sinkholes, springs, underground streams and other karst features. The Bowling Green and Warren County area has very few surface streams and rivers because most of our water is underground. Sinkhole collapses in this area are not new, they are […]

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City App and Text Alerts

This is just a reminder that the City App and text alerts provide important information about events, projects and city departments. Watch this week’s Update BG to learn how to get both.

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My name is Riggs. You may have seen me around town being driven by my handler, Officer David Marshall. I was born in Poprad, Slovakia on June 1, 2008. I have been working with Marshall since I was nine months old. Many people don’t know, but my original name was Max. Marshall had this agreement […]

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Arbor Day 2014

This year’s City Arbor Day celebration will be help on Saturday, April 12 at Kereiakes Park on Cemetery Road from 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon. Free trees will be available while supplies last. There will be children’s activities, inflatables, and tree planting and care demonstrations. Watch this week’s Update BG to learn more.

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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 April 7th 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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