Tag Archives: Frank Camello
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Election 2015 – History in the Making?

If Bellevue voters so choose, 2015 could be a historic election cycle. First and foremost, most voters are likely already aware that they will have the opportunity to give our business district the desperate breath of fresh air it needs by finally putting an end to the prohibition era ban on alcohol sales in the borough. […]

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Tragic News, Deepest Regrets

The Liberty in Bellevue team was shocked and incredibly saddened to hear the tragic news of the murder of Bellevue Councilman Frank Camello’s brother. According to the report linked below, Richard Didonato was shot and killed while in his car on Woodland Avenue in the Marshall-Shadeland community of Pittsburgh’s North Side. Liberty in Bellevue sends […]

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9 April Bellevue Regular Council Meeting

April 2013 Regular Bellevue Council Meeting – April 9, 2013 Point of interest worth noting during this council meeting: At 0:05:22 a lengthy debate begins about the current majority’s decision to eliminate all the “bump outs” from the streetscape design created/approved by a professional engineering firm and citizen’s advisor committee. The debate for nearly an hour and […]

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January 8, 2013 Bellevue Council Meeting

2013 will be a big year for Bellevue. We have a lot of decisions to make about the future direction of our community. There is no question that Bellevue is not as it should be. Between the mass exodus of long term, quality residents from our borough, our increasingly dismal business district, oppressively high tax […]

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Linda Woshner, Jane Braunlich, Mark Purcell, and the Solicitor Scandal 2009-2012

We’ve heard from a lot of folks interested in a more concise timeline of events of the suspected ethical concerns regarding the actions taken by Bellevue Council on December 17, 2012. On that evening there were a lot of stories unpacked and accusations made and we’d like to clear the air as best we can. […]

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