I feel like it depends on the situation and the area you live in. I already have a bachelor's degree and I am in a similar situation choosing between the community college and the university. I've decided to go BSN right away (if I get accepted) because I've found that it will take me less time in an accelerated BSN program (1 and 1/2 years) than for the ADN program (2 years). I'd rather just get the BSN out of the way now than to get ADN and then also go for BSN because that's way too much more time in school. If you already know you want to go BSN, then why go the long way (ADN, then RN to BSN bridge)? However, I can see the draw to go for ADN if you are fresh in school. You could pay less, get a job as an RN, work while getting the BSN, and most hospitals will pay for the bridge.
I volunteered in a hospital for a little while as nursing support. Talking with the nurses there, they recommended going straight for the BSN because it's going to start getting harder to get jobs with ADN over BSN. I also have a family member with ADN who says she had a lot less choice on the type of nursing she could do right out of school with an ADN instead of a BSN.
It's a tough question. It seems to avoid student debt (which trust me IS a huge burden) the community college really is the best choice... but from every other perspective I'd have to say go straight to BSN.
Just my 2 cents.