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September 29, 2023

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Bowling Green City Council candidates

Terry Dunn – Democrat

Terry Dunn has been a Bowling Green City Council-at-Large member for more than a year. He was appointed last October to fill a vacancy. He is running for the position because he wants to give back to the community. Dunn has been a resident of Bowling Green since 1994.


– Rebuild the city pool at the community center or renovate the pool in the park, depending on which one will get the most use.

– Avoid, or limit, the emergency energy clause.

– Power Green energy changes. There is a concern the current campus power might affect tuition rates.

Doug Merrill – Republican

Doug Merrill is currently on the Zoning Board of Appeals and is a former member of the Bowling Green Parks and Recreation Board. He is running for the position because he has an emotional attachment to the community. Merrill has lived in Bowling Green for more than 30 years.


– Renovate the pool located at the city park. The park should remain at the city park and not move to the community center.

– Preserve the deteriorating city building located at 304 N. Church St.

– Continue looking for new energy sources to power the city in a cheap, environmentally effective way.mpus power might affect tuition rates.

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