After the repaving work in and around the downtown square was completed under budget, the City of Bowling Green is turning the focus of its street crews to five streets.
The streets, which are spread throughout Bowling Green, will cost the city an estimated $5,000 per street.
The first street that city crews will repave, under the plan that was approved by the Bowling Green Board of Aldermen on Thursday during a special work session, is William Avenue. William Ave. connects South 13th Street to South 14th Street in western Bowling Green.
The next street is Milfred Drive, a dead-end street that runs from Business Hwy. 61, near the location of the…
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