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					Steering Committee
September 10, 2009

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   Introduction of Consultant Team
   Introduction of Steering Committee
   Role of Steering Committee
   Project Overview
   S.W.O.T. Discussion




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   Renee Brown – Bellefonte Borough Council
   Vana Dainty – Vice-President, Bellefonte Borough Council
   Robert Dannaker – Bellefonte Borough Planning
    Commission
   Richard Fornicola – Waterfront Property Owner
   Wendy Fultz – Cool Beans
   Stanley Goldman – Mayor, Bellefonte Borough
   Erin Hammerstadt – HARB Consultant & Preservation
    Pennsylvania
   Don Holderman – Assistant Manager, Bellefonte Borough
   Gary Hoover – Bellefonte Chamber of Commerce
   Kim Kowalyck – Café on the Park
   Samuel McGinley – Northwest Savings Bank
   Gregory Wendt – M&T Savings Bank
   Kim Wheeler – PA Department of Economic and
    Community Development


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   Serve as a resource for ideas and approaches
   Provide direction to the consultants
   Review material prepared by the consultants
   Provide input on proposed strategies and
    actions
   Participate in the public input process
   Provide updates to Council
   Review and comment on the final plan and
    advise Council of the Committee’s
    recommendations


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PARTNERS


COORDINATION


THE TEAM

TASKS


THE DETAILS


THE RESULT



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                            DCED
THE MASTER PLAN          BELLEFONTE
IS THE RESULT OF          BOROUGH
COLLABORATION             STEERING
AND                      COMMITTEE
CONSENSUS
OF THE
PARTNERS

•AGENCIES               MASTER PLAN
•CONSULTANT EXPERTISE
•STEERING COMMITTEE
•DCED
•BELLEFONTE BOROUGH
•BOROUGH RESIDENTS




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Delta Development Group, Inc.
     Karen Dickinson, Project Manager
     Teresa Sparacino
     Chris Johnston

EADS Group, Inc.
     Jake Steinbugl

Reynolds Smith and Hills, Inc. (RS&H)
     George Dickie
     Ron Sill


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 PROVIDING PROVEN RESULTS SINCE 1988

  From Planning to Implementation:
Community and Economic Development
     Real Estate Development
     Information Technology




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◦   Trade and Transit Center
◦   Downtown movie theater
◦   Public investment = $40 million
◦   Private investment = $100 million
◦   PHMC navigation




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Engineering Architecture and Design Services

“Quality Service with Integrity”

The EADS Group:
  • was established in 1955
  • is ISO 9001:2000 Certified
  • is Employee Owned and Managed
  • has 200+ Professional and
    Technical Staff
  • has 6 Office Locations


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THE VISIONING PROCESS
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Project Tasks
Understand the Project Area



   Build Public Consensus



       Market Assessment and Feasibility



          Create Redevelopment Concepts



              Implementation and Funding Strategy


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◦ Review Background Materials
◦ Parcel profiles




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◦   Demographic characteristics
◦   Current and planned retail establishments
◦   Business owner interviews
◦   Consumer profile




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◦ Steering committee
◦ Public meetings
  SWOT
  Conceptual designs
  Final plan
◦ Stakeholder interviews
  Business
  Resident
  Community organizations




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   Short-, mid- and long-range goals
   Private/public partnerships
   Creative financing tools




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   What can the site accommodate?
   What connections need to be made between the
    waterfront and core business district?
   What traffic and parking impact will development of
    the waterfront district have on the core business
    district?
   What streetscape enhancements can be implemented
    to create a cohesive theme connecting the waterfront
    and core business districts?
   What retail and commercial opportunities
    complement existing business?
   What residential opportunities exist in the waterfront
    and downtwon districts?
   What are the market strategy and land use options?


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   Demographics
   Businesses
   Physical site conditions
      History of Place
      Transformation
      Current Conditions




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   1-mile ring (center of the ring = intersection of
    High Street & Water Street)
   Projected slight population increase over next four
    year period (2008-2013)
   Income is shifting from lower percentage of
    households in the < $15,000 range to higher
    percentage of households in the $50K +
   Loss in families means lower percentage of persons
    in the 0-14 age bracket
   Higher percentage of persons are in the 45-64 age
    bracket.
   Additional Study: Current downtown consumers to
    better define market area

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   Physical site conditions
   History of Place




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Fragments of the Past

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Lost Treasure




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Transformation




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Current Conditions


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Southern Site
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Mid Section
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North Gateway
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Overview from the West

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Context & Edges

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   Strengths
    ◦ Assets to build upon
   Weaknesses
    ◦ Challenges to development
   Opportunities
    ◦ Create vibrant waterfront and downtown
   Threats
    ◦ Things that cannot be controlled




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