A Look At Bellevue, Kentucky

Aug 3, 2015

Incorporated on March 15, 1870, Bellevue, Kentucky, just across the Ohio from Cincinnati, sits on land originally granted to General James Taylor. The city of approximately 6,000 went through years of rough economic times, but in the mid-1980s city leaders and residents focused on historic preservation and began an era of new economic development, job growth and new businesses opening in the city. 

Bellevue, Kentucky is located on land originally owned by General James Taylor, and was named after his plantation in Virginia.

Here to discuss the Bellevue and its revitalization are Bellevue Assistant City Administrator Jody Robinson, and Sarah Grace Mohr, director of Communications and Operations for Mackey Advisors.