BOWLING GREEN The city and Bowling Green State University are teaming up to beautify the entrance to the city and campus on East Wooster Street.
With an $8,400 donation from Bowling Green s Rotary Club, the city plans to plant 60 trees along East Wooster from Mercer Road to Thurstin Avenue. The trees, to be planted in November, will cost $18,000. The city will pay the rest of the cost.
Before the new trees are planted, 19 existing trees are to be removed along the corridor. City and university tree experts determined that the root structure of those trees had been damaged during the installation of sewer and utility lines.