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Meeting Date:Agendas:Minutes:Staff Reports:
November 15, 201811-15-1811-15-2018Right-of-Way Closing: Portion of the old Kentucky Street
Development Plan Amendment: 718 and 736 South McElwain Road
Development Plan Amendment: 1305, 1355, & 1405 Veterans Memorial Lane and 104 New Bond Way
November 1, 201811/01/1811-01-2018Zone Change: 377 McLellan Road
Zone Change: 3031 Nashville Road
October 18, 201810-18-1810-18-18Development Plan Amendment: Hub Boulevard/Lovers Lane
Zone Change and Variance: 604, 610 & 618 South Main Street
Zone Change: 1000 North Hewitt Road
Zone Change: 9877 Nashville Road
Zone Change: 687 Carter-Sims Road
October 4, 201810-04-1810-04-18Zone Change: 2670 Bill Dedmon Rd.
FLUM: 604, 610 & 618 S. Main St.
September 20, 201809-20-1809-20-18Zone Change: 0 Three Springs Rd. (Portion)
FLUM/Zone Change: 3850 Hunts Bend Rd.
FLUM/Development Plan Amendment: 0 Morgantown Rd & 1848 Morgantown Rd.
Zone Change: 0 Skees Rd.
September 6, 201809-06-1809-06-18Zone Change: 0 Scottsville Rd.
August 16, 201808-16-1808-16-18Zone Change: Hunts Ln.
Zone Change: 112 W. 10th Ave.
August 2, 201808-02-1808-02-18Zone Change: 140 Hunter Court
Zone Change: Cumberland Trace Road and Shaker Mill Road
July 19, 201807-19-1807-19-18Zone Change: Skees Road
Zone Change: 140 Hunter Court
Zone Change: Greenview Lane
Zone Change: 0 and 953 Twin Bridges Road
July 5, 201807-05-1807-05-18Zone Change: 11501 Louisville Rd.
Zone Change: 0 (Portion) & 103 Sunset Ave (Portion)
Zone Change: 8750 Nashville Rd.
Zone Change: 8750 Nashville Rd.
Zone Change: Iris Hill St. & Sagittarius Ave.
Right-of-Way Closing: Chestnut St.
June 7, 201806-07-1806-07-18Right-of-Way Closing: Alley between 1169 and 1175 Clay Street
Development Plan Amendment: 0 McLellan Road and 6567 Nashville Road
FLUM Amendment & Zone Change: 3538 Mt. Lebanon Road
Zone Change: 0 Frist Boulevard & 570 Lovers Lane
Zone Change: 401 Stone Lane
Zone Change: 0 & 571 Richpond Road
Zone Change: 5893 Scottsville Road
Zone Change: 0 Plano Road
May 17, 201805-17-1805-17-18Cell Tower: 664 Sweeney Lane
Zone Change: Brawner Road
May 3, 201805-03-1805-03-18FLUM Amendment & Zone Change: 3600 Hunts Bend Road
Zone Change: 0 Mizpah Road
April 19, 201804-19-1804-19-18Detailed Development Plan: 442 & 458 Century Street
Development Plan Amendment: 0 Nashville Road
Zone Change: 0 Nashville Road
April 5, 201804-05-1804-05-18
March 15, 201803-15-1803-15-18Detailed Development Plan: 1801 Russellville Road
Detailed Development Plan: 106 Cosma Drive
Zone Change: 0 and 5863 Cemetery Road
Zone Change: 0 Cleveland Drive
FLUM Amendment & Zone Change: Dye Ford Road
March 1, 201803-01-1803-01-18FLUM Amendment & Zone Change: 0 & 2739 Lodge Hall Road
Zone Change: 0 Louisville Road
February 15, 201802-15-1802-15-18Zone Change: 986 Victoria Street
FLUM Amendment & Zone Change: 0 & 1213 High Street
FLUM Amendment & Zone Change: Old Tram Road
FLUM Amendment & Zone Change: 0 & 3226 Richpond-Rockfield Road
Zone Change: 8633 Woodburn-Allen Springs Road
Zone Change: 718 Old Porter Pike
January 18, 201801-18-1801-18-18FLUM Amendment & Zone Change: 113 Middle Bridge Stub Road
FLUM Amendment & Zone Change: 1519 Scottsville Road
January 4, 201801-04-1801-04-18Detailed Development Plan: Patrick Way Zone Change: 1011 Campbell Lane & Mohawk Drive
Zone Change: 5893 Scottsville Road
FLUM Amendment & Zone Change: Belle Rive Circle
Zone Change: 760 Goodrum Road

Public Hearing Rules of Conduct

Pursuant to Section 7.2.k of the Planning Commission’s By-Laws, public hearings will operate under the
following guidelines:

  • Staff Presentation – No time limit – Cross examination or questions pertaining to the Staff Report or
    applicable regulations can follow
  • Applicant’s Opening Presentation and Presentation of Witnesses – 15 Minutes – Cross examination or
    questions can follow related to the presentation
  • Represented Public or Opposition’s Opening Presentation and Presentation of Witnesses – 15 Minutes – Questions or cross examination can follow related to the presentation
  • Individual Public Comment – 3 Minutes – Redundant comments will be limited but there is no limit on
    the number of persons wishing to speak
  • Closing Arguments – 3 Minutes for Applicant and/or Public Spokesperson

The Planning Commission Board

The City-County Planning Commission includes twelve (12) citizen members appointed to four year terms. The Mayor of Bowling Green appoints four members, the Warren County Judge-Executive appoints four members and the Mayors of Plum Springs, Oakland, Smiths Grove and Woodburn appoint one member each. Please click the about tab to learn more about what all is under the umbrella of the CCPC organization.


The twelve planning commissioners have oversight of staff and budget, are the administrative body that implements the community’s vision based on the Comprehensive Plan, and advises the governmental bodies on land use and policy Issues. While the Planning Commission as an organization and the planning commission as a board are the same, the largest amount of board activity typically seen on television usually involves public hearings and making recommendations on zone changes, future land use, right-of-way closings and other application specific requests. For rezonings, the commissioners hear a case, make a decision in the form of a recommendation, and then pass that recommendation on to the appropriate legislative body for final approval. Some decisions such as future land use map amendments are final action by the planning commission. There are usually some organizational business items (financial reports, personnel actions, project updates, etc.) either toward the beginning or end of each meeting.

Planning Commission Members

Velma Runner

Warren County

Tim Huston

Warren County

Mary Belle Ballance


Sandy Clark

Plum Springs

Chuck Coppinger

Bowling Green

Greg Gay

Bowling Green

Tim Graham

Warren County

Eric Madison


Albert Rich

Smiths Grove

Mary Vitale

Bowling Green

Christiaan Volkert

Warren County

Dean Warren

Bowling Green

Hamp Moore

Planning Commission Attorney