We have the latest in the ongoing National Corvette Museum-Clarke Circle residency drama for you. According to Bowling Green Daily News, a judge has officially set the appeal date for the NCM after it requested such a hearing after it was presented with a $100 per day fine.
The $100 fine was to be in place for each day it continued to operate after locals and officials called for the park to shut down. The court date has been set for January 5, 2016, which is delayed from the initial date after the NCM failed to produce a certificate of occupancy.
Originally, the fine was a one-time monetary punishment, issued on August 20, 2015. Following continued backlash, the per-day fine was served on September 11, 2015.
In other legal news, a date has also been set for monetary compensation of Clarke Circle residents. On November 1, 2016, both sides will argue their case to see if residents do indeed deserve reimbursement for continued vehicle noise polluting homes surrounding the Motorsports Park.