Tag Archives: economic growth

Visions of What Could Be: Corning, NY, by Danina DiBattista

It would be crazy for me not to keep up on the development of towns across our great country, considering I have such strong ideas and vision for what Bellevue could become if given the proper stepping stones to do so.  Yesterday I came across a blog and video featuring Corning, NY, it was three […]

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Why Change is Needed in Bellevue: Economic Decline by Danina DiBattista

While many local towns around the Pittsburgh region are focusing on building their business districts, Bellevue leadership has failed to support the needs of local businesses, as well as failing to take the proper steps towards finding a way to bring in professionals to take over the task of revitalizing our business district on all […]

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Learning from our Neighbors: A Recent Trip to Aspinwall – by Jim Anderson

Just got back from Aspinwall. While there we ate at the Aspinwall Grille; great food and adult beverages, nice atmosphere. Next door there’s a bakery, and a number of other businesses. Directly across the street is a metered parking lot. After lunch we drove around the community. We saw many beautiful old homes, well maintained […]

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perspective is right around the corner

It’s long been my opinion that one of the reasons for the seeming ignorance of the economic depression occurring in Bellevue has to do with the strange phenomenon in this region to never explore outside of one’s own community. After 18 years of growing up in Bellevue I could probably count on two hands the number of […]

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