BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) -- Bowling Green city officials are once again hitting the streets this summer as part of their summer stroll series.
It serves as a chance for officials to talk to people in neighborhoods about issues that matter to them.
Monday night's stroll took place in the Bent Tree neighborhood.
While this is only their second walk, Bowling Green City Commissioner Bill Waltrip said they're already starting to recognize a common theme from residents.
"Usually traffic is going to be a concern with all the cut throughs and everything associated with the cut through traffic with noise and of course speed of vehicles and things like that. That's the biggest thing we have most of the time," said Waltrip.
The next summer stroll will take place in the Fieldstone Farms neighborhood on June 30th.
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