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Expandable Content Test Page

These first two are Expandable Content and Expandable Panel examples.

Test Content

and some more

Content in an expandable panel.

With some more

content here.

and a link to metrocouncil.org
<div class='lb-heading'>Community Members Biking in Downtown Osseo</div><div class='lb-text'>The City encourages its residents to lead active lifestyles and take advantage of the various opportunities for walking and biking throughout the community. In recent years, the City has worked to improve the walkability, bikability, and overall connectivity of the community, especially in the Downtown area. </div> <div class='lb-heading'>Five Health Themes</div><div class='lb-text'>These icons represent the five health themes highlighted throughout the City’s 2040 Comprehensive Plan Update. 

From left to right:
1. Physical Activity and Active Living
2. Community Safety
3. Access to Healthy Food
4. Healthy Natural and Built Environment
5. Social Health and Equity </div> <div class='lb-heading'>Osseo “Step To It” Walking Routes</div><div class='lb-text'>As part of a campaign called “Step To It”, the City mapped out 1- and 2-mile walking routes in the community to promote greater physical activity and active living opportunities. This sign can be found in Boerboom Veterans Memorial Park across from City Hall. </div> <div class='lb-heading'>Henry J. Boerboom Veterans Memorial Park </div><div class='lb-text'>Located across from City Hall, Boerboon Veterans Memorial Park offers a bandshell where concerts, performances, and movie screenings are held during the summer months. The park offers a beautiful open space perfect for walks, picnics, and other community gatherings. In the summer, the Osseo Farmers Market opens next to the park. During this time, local vendors sell a wide range of fresh produce and other goods—just another way the City promotes access to healthy foods throughout the community!</div> <div class='lb-heading'>Grand Opening of the Osseo Orchard</div><div class='lb-text'>The City partnered with New Hope-based nonprofit The Food Group to create a community orchard, the Osseo Orchard. The harvests from the orchard will benefit the community by increasing access to healthy, locally-sourced food.  In September ‘17, volunteers planted over 30 trees and fruiting shrubs. The orchard currently includes apples, pears, plums, and cherries. Hennepin County’s “Creating Healthier Communities” grant and the MN Department of Health’s SHIP supported the planning of this event. </div> <div class='lb-heading'>Osseo “Step To It” Walking Routes</div><div class='lb-text'>In 2019, Osseo participated in Hennepin County’s “Step To It” Challenge. Approximately 80 people as part of the City’s team tracked their physical activity including biking, fitness classes, walking, skateboarding, lawnmowing, gardening, and vacuuming, etc. To promote the challenge, the City mapped out 1- & 2-mile walking routes in the community. This sign can be found in the Veteran’s Park. The City also designated the park “Tobacco-Free Grounds” to advance the goals of the “Healthier Osseo”. </div> <div class='lb-heading'>Osseo “Step To It” Walking Routes</div><div class='lb-text'>The City used white and blue arrows to guide community members along the 1- and 2-mile walking paths. 
</div> <div class='lb-heading'>Walking Routes in the City </div><div class='lb-text'>The City mapped out 1- and 2-mile walking routes in the community to promote greater physical activity and active living opportunities.
</div> <div class='lb-heading'>Grand Opening of the Osseo Orchard</div><div class='lb-text'>The City partnered with New Hope-based nonprofit The Food Group to create a community orchard, the Osseo Orchard. Hennepin County’s “Creating Healthier Communities” grant and the Minnesota Department of Health’s Statewide Health Improvement Partnership (SHIP) supported the planning of this event. </div><div class='lb-link'><a href='https://www.discoverosseo.com/blog/osseo-orchard/ ' target='_blank'>Osseo Orchard</a></div> <div class='lb-heading'>Community Visioning Event</div><div class='lb-text'>Many residents participated in the City’s community visioning events to inform the 2040 Comprehensive Plan Update.
</div> <div class='lb-heading'>Community Engagement Pop-Up Events</div><div class='lb-text'>The City conducted several pop-up community engagement events leading up to the development of the 2040 Comprehensive Plan Update. This photo shows the booth the City hosted at its annual community event, Lion’s Roar, in 2016. 
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<div class='lb-heading'>Downtown Belle Plaine</div><div class='lb-text'>Downtown Belle Plaine is home to many local businesses that contribute to the unique culture of the City. </div> <div class='lb-heading'>Belle Plaine Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors</div><div class='lb-text'>The Board of Directors for Belle Plaine’s Chamber of Commerce is made up of several Downtown business owners and residents. This group helps advance the City’s economic competitiveness goals by providing technical assistance to local businesses.  
</div> <div class='lb-heading'>KingsPath Senior Living Facility</div><div class='lb-text'>The Lutheran Homes Association led the development of the Ridgeview Health Campus. This mixed-use development includes the Ridgeview Belle Plaine Clinic, KingsPath Senior Living, First Choice Pharmacy, Shape It Up Fitness-Belle Plaine, Ridgeview Rehab Specialties, a wellness area, community room, outdoor walking paths and more. It demonstrates a successful step toward greater economic competitiveness, while addressing local goals and service needs associated with the City’s senior population.</div> <div class='lb-heading'>Grand Opening of Ridgeview Belle Plaine Clinic (2017) </div><div class='lb-text'>The Ridgeview Health Campus has 13,000 sq. ft. of medical clinic, 10,000 sq. ft. of wellness space, and 55 senior apartment units.</div> <div class='lb-heading'>Local Mural in Downtown Plaza </div><div class='lb-text'>The City of Belle Plaine commissioned local muralist, Lana Beck, to paint a mural at its Downtown Plaza. The mural, titled “Kindness Rewards”, demonstrates the City’s commitment to leveraging its creative, entrepreneurial culture to foster economic prosperity and community wellbeing. </div> <div class='lb-heading'>Local Mural in Downtown Plaza (2)</div><div class='lb-text'>The City of Belle Plaine commissioned local muralist, Lana Beck, to paint a mural at its Downtown Plaza. The mural demonstrates the City’s commitment to leveraging its creative, entrepreneurial culture to foster economic prosperity and community wellbeing. The mural, titled “Kindness Rewards”, was completed in Summer 2018. </div> <div class='lb-heading'>BBQ Days Parade </div><div class='lb-text'>The City of Belle Plaine hosts an annual BBQ Days Parade in its Downtown Plaza. In this photo, Lana Beck’s mural is visible behind a group of parade spectators.
</div> <div class='lb-heading'>Community Conversations Event </div><div class='lb-text'>Attendees at one of the City’s Community Conversations events. 
</div> <div class='lb-heading'>Minnesota River</div><div class='lb-text'>In the future, the City plans to leverage its natural amenities by reconnecting the community with the adjacent Minnesota River and improving the surrounding bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure. 
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This next set is an Accordion Example which is coded to behave like Expandable Content and allow for multiple sections to be opened and closed independently.