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REACTIVE vs. PROACTIVE: Legislation vs. Education PART 1 of ??? by Danina DiBattista

The purpose of this blog series is to begin a conversation about the shifts we hope to see in the soon to be seated newly elected leaders of Bellevue, PA, a shift away from reactive leadership to that with a more proactive approach to governing. Though our community must still decide the outcome of some […]

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Visions of What Could Be, Bennington, VT, by Danina DiBattista

On a recent trip to Central New Hampshire, we passed through a few awesome little towns. Bennington, VT was a town that I fell in love with. It had great charm, an awesome business district, and we were just so happened to stop by on their annual “Midnight Madness” event: a yearly celebration of local […]

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Bellevue Walkability/Livability Report

Back in 2011, the Walkable and Livable Communities Institute in cooperation with AARP conducted a workshop in Bellevue and Avalon called the  “Active Living Workshop” which resulted in a 105 page document entitled the “Active Living Workshop: Summary of Events, Findings, and Recommendations” (click the title of the document to download a copy of the report […]

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A Vision for Bellevue, Part 2: Business District Re-Vision-alization, by Mark Robinson

This is the third post in a series of posts by Mark Robinson titled, “A Vision for Bellevue.” To see the first post in the series, “Introduction,” click here. To see the second post in the series, “Leadership,” click here. To continue the series on A Vision For Bellevue, I have addressed Leadership. Let’s make […]

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A Vision for Bellevue, by Mark Robinson

As I have talked about multiple times in blogs I have written, I have challenged our council to not only cast a vision for Bellevue, but to lay out a strategic plan as to how they would accomplish their vision. In my efforts volunteering around the community I took a look back at any communications […]

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