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That led me to become interested in getting involved in a political sense because I realized that if designing and opening a farmers market, which should be a simple, very good thing for the community, was so hard and had so much red tape around it, that I needed to have a stronger voice.
Otherwise, the voice of wellness was not going to be heard.
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We’re already seeing that many of our downtown restaurateurs and retail owners love when we host these events because they see increased revenue during those times. Brownsville is a community that is very rich in its culture.
We’ve had several restaurateurs say they’ve been able to pay two months of taxes after only one event that brought people in on foot or by bike. The tapestry of Mexican and American cultures merging is vibrant, and families often take care of and house their older relatives.
We have a master bike-and-hike plan so folks can get around the city without having to depend on cars.
Well, I remember very clearly that as we went from initiative to initiative — we started with farmers’ markets, then we went on to the Challenge, which is a five-month springtime event for engaging the community in healthy living, and then the Cyclo Bia — there were fewer and fewer people who stood up and said “No.” The rewarding a-ha moment was when that scale tipped and instead of having to make a case and argue for a particular initiative, we received a more enthusiastic welcome. "The success of our endeavors to create a healthier city, physically and economically, largely depends on the continued engagement and support of city and community leaders, as well as the community itself,” said Gowen.
“We must capitalize on the momentum built by this collaborative partnership to ensure health and prosperity for all our citizens.” We hope and expect to see economic vibrancy and prosperity grow as we create the changes that make the community more livable.
A tireless advocate for smart growth, quality of life projects and public health, Gowen, was instrumental in Brownsville’s decision to become a member of the AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities this past January.
The city's efforts have resulted in recognition this year by the National Civil League and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.