The saga over Clark Circle residents in Bowling Green, Kentucky and the National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park continues. If you’re just tuning into this news, residents brought forth a complaint involving continued noise from the track. The noise levels were said to be so intruding that residents could not hear their televisions.
Bowling Green Daily News reports attorney Frank Moore is still in the process of sorting out an agreement between the track and residents. He said he is hopeful an agreement is reached before the November 1 trial date. However, if an agreement is reached, it would still need come before the planning commission of the Warren County Fiscal Court.
The NCM Motorsports Park continues to reiterate its outside study’s conclusion stating noise level increases were not “substantial.” The park has also planted trees and erected a noise berm wall to cancel out excess track noise.