The ongoing saga involving the National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park and its home county of Warren continues.
According to The Bowling Green Daily News, the NCM Motorsports Park has once again applied for a certificate of occupancy, which states the park is in compliance with county ordinances. The filing comes after the county found the park to be creating louder-than-agreed-to noise levels for residents of Clarke Circle.
Steve Hunter, executive director of the planning commission, said the review would take a day or so. “We’ll basically write a review that says, ‘We reviewed this. It looks good,’ or ‘We reviewed this. We have a few questions,'” he said.
The filing also comes after the NCM announced completion of a 1,630 ft. long noise berm to muffle sound coming from the track during events. The garage and and pavilion have also been repositioned to absorb additional noise, and over 100 trees have been planted to act as a natural sound barriers.