Plans for a parking garage and commercial wrap in Block 6 of the downtown Bowling Green Tax Increment Financing district have been a subject of contention for a number of years. Those plans have changed and adapted and ultimately run into roadblocks in the form of shuttered restaurants and liens placed on the property.

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The city of Bowling Green’s lawsuit against Mills Family Realty and other defendants involving initial development of the downtown commercial …

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In a response filed Thursday, the city of Bowling Green maintains that its lawsuit against defendants involved in the development of the comme…

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One year ago, one of the signature projects in the Western Kentucky University Gateway to Downtown Tax Increment Financing District was the su…

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The Warren County Downtown Economic Development Authority on Thursday approved paying several invoices, but one stood out. It was for $997,793…

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The Bowling Green Hot Rods have committed to staying at Bowling Green Ballpark an additional five years through 2032, the result of an extende…

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Construction is now underway on a Western Kentucky University store with a Starbucks coffee shop at Stadium Park Plaza, with a scheduled compl…

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Warren County Commonwealth’s Attorney Chris Cohron continues to look into potential criminal activity stemming from the troubled development o…

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Warren County’s $30 million industrial revenue bond sale for the downtown wrap project was likely aided by strong bond ratings.

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After getting an Aa2 rating last week by Moody's, Warren County's Industrial Revenue Bonds for completion and refinancing of the wrap of the d…

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State Auditor Adam Edelen said Tuesday that the audit of the troubled parking garage wrap project was an extremely complicated endeavor that r…

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Finding 1: The Block 6 Wrap Project was plagued by poor oversight and confusing agreements leading to numerous weaknesses and significant risk…

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The Warren County Downtown Economic Development Authority voted Tuesday to use $32,659.24 in TIF district revenue to pay various maintenance a…

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Warren County Fiscal Court pushed agreements on the Stadium Park Plaza project forward Wednesday and approved several measures for the Warren …

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Officials from state Auditor Adam Edelen’s office said Monday there still is no timetable for the completion of a special audit of the downtow…

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The Kentucky Department for Local Government has approved Warren County’s plan to finance the completion of the downtown wrap. At Friday’s fis…

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Contractors will be paid a little more than $1.6 million of the $2.4 million they originally claimed they were owed for work on the commercial…

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The Bowling Green Tax Increment Financing District could see a $5 million to $7 million residential development called The Vue that includes o…

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Warren County Fiscal Court on Monday unanimously approved the sale of up to $30 million in bonds that will be used to refinance $25 million in…

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The Hitcents Park Plaza sign came down this week, and now the namesake business of the parking garage wrap is also leaving.

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“Is Mariah’s open?” has been one of the perpetual questions heard around Bowling Green the past few months. The answer soon will be yes.

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Warren County Fiscal Court unanimously approved the first reading of an interlocal agreement on the downtown parking garage wrap at a special …

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Reaching a settlement with contractors involved in the construction of the Block 6 parking garage wrap in the Bowling Green Tax Increment Fina…

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Warren County Downtown Economic Development Authority was to meet this morning to approve a temporary sublease agreement with Bowling Green Ho…

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A finalized settlement in a dispute involving a development in the downtown Bowling Green Tax Increment Financing district could be approved t…

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The Bowling Green Tax Increment Financing District is expected to receive about $2 million in state TIF revenues this year.

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Auditor Adam Edelen is set to announce the launch of a special examination of the Bowling Green downtown Tax Increment Financing district.

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Doug Gorman, chairman of the Warren County Downtown Economic Development Authority, said Bowling Green Hot Rods owner Jerry Katzoff plans to i…

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It’s no wonder people are questioning how bond money was spent on the development of Hitcents Park Plaza, the commercial wrap of the parking g…

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A settlement agreement on financial issues surrounding the commercial wrap of a parking garage in Block 6 of the downtown Bowling Green Tax In…

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Alliance Corp. and Kentucky Mirror and Plate Glass Co., Plant No. 2 Inc. were the most recent defendants to file answers to a lawsuit filed by…

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In a response to a lawsuit filed by Warren County government and the Warren County Downtown Economic Development Authority, Mills Family Realt…

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Woosley Bros. Painting Co., Inc. has filed an answer to a complaint from Warren County and the Warren County Downtown Economic Development Aut…

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Warren County Fiscal Court on Wednesday approved a conceptual agreement laying out terms for negotiations involving the commercial wrap of the…

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Representatives of Mills Family Realty are disputing claims by Warren County and the Warren County Downtown Economic Development Authority tha…

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A lawsuit filed Monday by Warren County and the Warren County Downtown Economic Development Authority contends Mills Family Realty misused $3.…

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The Downtown Redevelopment Authority is polling members to get their views on leasing parking spots in a city-owned parking lot near the Maria…

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The meeting follows months of closed-door meetings on the commercial wrap (Hitcents Park Plaza) being operated by Mills Family Realty. On the …

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Ongoing negotiations to resolve financial issues surrounding the commercial wrap of a parking garage in Block 6 of the Tax Increment Financing…

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Bowling Green City Commission met in closed session Thursday evening to discuss the commercial wrap of the parking garage in Block 6 of the Ta…

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The next 24 to 48 hours could be critical in negotiations for taking over the development of the commercial wrap of the downtown parking garage.

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The Bowling Green City Commission on Tuesday night approved entering negotiations with Bowling Green Hot Rods owner Jerry Katzoff about taking…

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The Bowling Green City Commission on Tuesday night approved entering into negotiations with Bowling Green Hot Rods owner Jerry Katzoff about t…

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The Bowling Green City Commission met in closed session for about 90 minutes Monday to discuss the Tax Increment Financing district.

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In the wake of three restaurants shuttering Saturday, employees say they didn’t see their layoffs coming.

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Hitcents Park Plaza has filled some of its open space and is negotiating with a few other tenants for the space that wraps around the parking …

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The Bowling Green City Commission on Tuesday will consider approving the distribution of revenue from the Tax Increment Financing District and…

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A longtime Bowling Green restaurant located in a historic downtown building has been purchased by a new owner and is set to move soon.

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The residential units that were envisioned as part of the commercial wrap around the parking garage adjacent to the Bowling Green Ballpark are…

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Bowling Green’s downtown parking garage has been regularly used for special events for more than a year, but few people are using the facility…

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Downtown Bowling Green’s Tax Increment Financing District has made it to the $150 million signature level, meaning that the TIF will eventuall…

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There will be about 60 more people working downtown Monday when Hitcents opens for business in its new space next to Bowling Green Ballpark.

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Hitcents employees said goodbye to their home of 12 years today and began settling into their new space overlooking the Bowling Green Ballpark.

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The Bowling Green City Commission approved changes Tuesday to agreements designed to support financing for a commercial wrap of a parking gara…

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Warren County’s Downtown Economic Development Authority hopes to have state tax revenue rolling into the Tax Increment Financing District this…

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Construction of the interiors for Hitcents.com Plaza, the wrap around the parking garage at Eighth Avenue and College Street, began last week …

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A new project is about to join the list of construction in the Tax Increment Financing District.

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Area residents who want to live, work and play in downtown Bowling Green should have more options on the horizon as work in the Tax Increment …

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Ground was broken today for a project that could further transform Bowling Green’s downtown.

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A measure aimed at bringing new development into the Tax Increment Financing district was approved Tuesday night at a meeting of the Bowling G…

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The founders of the first business that will occupy the commercial wrap around the parking garage at College Street and Eighth Avenue may also…

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