A federal judge found no basis for the opponents' claims that natural resources and the environment would be threatened by construction of the "Kentucky Trimodal Transpark.”
Warren County Judge-Executive Mike Buchanon is pleased with the judge's decision, but frustrated with the people who still oppose the transpark despite losing every battle in court.
Jim Duffer is the president of "Citizens for Managed Growth," which opposes the transpark. He says Buchanon should have required an "environmental impact statement."
Duffer says that would explain what the transpark would do to our community and our environment, and he believes residents want Bowling Green to stay the way it is.
Duffer says his group's attorneys may try to get the federal judge to reverse his decision on the transpark and grant them a hearing.
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