The city of Bowling Green’s Board of Aldermen gathered for their regular meeting Monday night to proceed with business and discuss bills, including amendments for existing ordinances. Board members discussed a mutual aid agreement between the city and county, as well.
The meeting was called to order at 5:30 p.m. Monday evening; all members were present.
After a motion from Ed Lawson and a second from Kay Reading, the board unanimously approved the previous meeting’s minutes. A motion from Kim Luebrecht and second from Kenda Flynn opened the board to a unanimous approval of the presentation of warrants. The board also unanimously approved the treasurer’s report.