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Monthly Archive for June, 2014

Fireworks ~ By Kim Lancaster

Many things come to mind when thinking about the 4th of July: freedom, summer, BBQ’s, pool parties and of course, fireworks! There are those who love fireworks and those who loathe them. To help make sure that everyone has a great 4th of July holiday, the City of Bowling Green has offered some good neighbor […]

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Technology has become a large part of the world we live in. As technologies grow and change, the City of Bowling Green works hard to keep up with the trends. Recently, the Systems Analyst for the City has rolled out a new look to the website with a more user friendly interface. This site is […]

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Animal Control Changes

Changes are coming to the City’s Animal Control Division. In the next month or two, when Neighborhood and Community services makes its move from the City Hall Annex up to their new location on Reservoir Hill, they will be joined by the City’s Animal Control Officers. This move will include the shifting of two employees […]

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Every two years, the City of Bowling Green takes the time to participate in the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) and National Research Center (NRC) National Citizen Survey (NCS). This survey is a low-cost citizen survey service for local governments. Residents living within the City limits of Bowling Green may receive a post card in […]

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BGPD Cruiser Updates

BGPD police cruisers are equipped with every piece of equipment necessary to perform their duties in their cars. All vehicles, including the new Dodge Chargers with the blue stripe, are equipped with the standard police lights and sirens, a mounted computer, a video camera system which can monitor the street in front of the vehicle […]

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Did you know that cycling is the 6th most popular sports activity in the United States? There are approximately 4.2 million participants in cycling making it more popular than golf, tennis, skiing or snowboarding. Having said that, sharing the road with those who cycle is not only important for safety, but it is also the […]

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