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Prohibition Over At Last and other election news

Yesterday’s municipal primary was a historic one for Bellevue. As most are surely already aware, after more than 100 years of no retail alcohol sales in the borough, Bellevue is no longer a dry town! That’s worth saying again – BELLEVUE IS NO LONGER A DRY TOWN!! By an enormous margin of 63% in favor […]

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Conditional Licensing Agreements Committee is Ready

COMMUNITY by Grant Saylor For those of you that have been following the conversations back and forth on the Alcohol Referendum you know that it has been a very emotional and controversial topic. On Thursday, May 7, 2015 A Better Bellevue hosted an open forum town hall style meeting where we presented a few of […]

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To continue progress started two years ago it’s Susan Schafer in Ward 1 and Alcohol Sales

As you are already aware, tomorrow is an enormous day for Bellevue. Tomorrow is election day and we have shared more relevant facts and honest data about the alcohol referendum than that old, crusty set of Encyclopedia Britannica you keep on the shelf. Allowing alcohol sales in Bellevue is a major step forward in the future development, growth, […]

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No Bars Shows Their True Cards

Since anyone who disagrees with them isn’t allowed to be a part of the conversation or even post a general comment, we are taking to our blog to set the record straight concerning “No Bars in Bellevue’s” most recent post on Facebook. With a whopping 62 followers on Facebook (compared to more than 1300 on LiB and A Better Bellevue […]

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Bellevue Town Hall Meeting – Video

We had a fantastic day this past Thursday night at the Bellevue Town Hall Meeting. We heard from Mayor Paul Cusick, Grant Saylor of A Better Bellevue, and employees of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board to discuss the pending alcohol referendum on Tuesday, May 19. State Representative Adam Ravenstahl was on hand as well to answer questions […]

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Town Hall Meeting

Don’t forget that tonight at 7pm is the alcohol referendum town hall meeting at “The Center of Bellevue!” (former Central Methodist Church) Come and hear the facts concerning restaurant alcohol sales from members of A Better Bellevue and the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board. There will be plenty of time to ask questions and dig as […]

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No Bars? No Worries! (Part 2)

Last week we introduced the concept of “Conditional Licensing Agreements.” CLAs give local community members, residents, business owners, concerned citizens, etc full authority to negotiate conditions with which any applicant for a liquor license must adhere in order to obtain their license. The local wrist slapping comunity nanny group known as No Bars in Bellevue […]

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No Bars? No Worries!

Who jostled the flux capacitor? Did we just jump back in time four years?! No, it’s not 2011, but with the “No Bars” signs popping up around Bellevue, it sure seems that way. In the four years since the failed referendum, many community leaders and residents have taken it upon themselves to dive deeper than […]

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