Category Archives: Pathways Study

A 4 to 2 Vote and We Get 5 Foot Sidewalks

Reminder – Flood Insurance information is available here: https://www.bellairecivicclub.com/are-you-covered-up-to-date-on-your-flood-insurance/ 2. Item for Individual Consideration: Council discussion on sidewalk program implementation and possible action to provide direction to the city manager as appropriate – Submitted by Paul A. Hofmann, City Manager.  Was … Continue reading

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Stand-Alone Sidewalks On Hold For Now

 It appears that at least some members of City Council were listening to Bellaire residents who attended last week’s Council meeting.  Discussion during the Special Session on August 13th focused  on financial concerns and about flood mitigation rather than adding … Continue reading

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The Community Pathways Plan Hits A Dead End At Bellaire City Council

Bellaire City Council faced a large crowd of Bellaire residents who turned out for the August 6th City Council meeting.  The Council chambers and the City Hall atrium were full, and resident after resident spoke their mind on the Pathways … Continue reading

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P&Z Does Not Approve the Pathways Plan – Due to Move On To City Council for Review

Streets shown on current maps: 8 feet wide path – South Rice, Evergreen, Fournace, Newcastle; 6 feet wide  path – Maple, Alder, Chimney Rock, Ferris, Anderson/Second, Englewood, Avenue B, Mulberry, Sunburst.  (This Plan is not part of the sidewalk project … Continue reading

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Pathways Project – The Latest Version

UPDATE: The Pathways Plan was  presented to Planning and Zoning on Thursday, July 12th.  The Meeting video is  available to view online. P&Z voted unanimously not to recommend the Plan to City Council at this time.  According to the Pending … Continue reading

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