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REACTIVE vs. PROACTIVE: Legislation vs. Education PART 1 of ??? by Danina DiBattista

The purpose of this blog series is to begin a conversation about the shifts we hope to see in the soon to be seated newly elected leaders of Bellevue, PA, a shift away from reactive leadership to that with a more proactive approach to governing. Though our community must still decide the outcome of some […]

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Grill-Abration: A Follow Up and Thank You, by Tom Fodi

I have to keep reminding myself that the Grill-Abration we all enjoyed today was originally slated as a “protest” against Bellevue Council’s anti-grilling ordinance because I left Bayne Avenue this afternoon with a smile on my face feeling like I just left one of the best “community events” we’ve had in Bellevue in years.  After […]

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Grill-Abration Information

What: Bellevue Grill-abration, a protest against the recent anti-grilling ordinance passed by Bellevue Council and a celebration of Bellevue as a great community to live, shop, invest, and be involved in all aspects of community life. How: The plan is to enjoy some good hot dogs fresh off the grill, hang out with folks who love liberty, […]

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Bellevue Grill-athon! – An Anti-Grilling Ordinance Protest and/or Victory Celebration

  Bellevue Grill-athon! Thursday, July 12, 9am-1pm As many of you may have heard, a burning ordinance for the borough of Bellevue was voted in by 6 out of 9 council members on June 12th, 2012.  While we find the “open burning” part of the ordinance to be fair (it states the maximum legal size […]

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In Their Own Words, “A Statistical Quandary,” By Tom Fodi

According to Jane Braunlich, the notoriously sweet sounding yet agenda driven councilwoman responsible for the “2012 Bellevue Burning Ordinance Debacle,” the justification for her “war on exterior grills” all comes down to numbers.  Per Jane’s research, last year 10 people died and $37,000,000 of property damaged resulted from grill-related accidents. 10 people!  $37,000,000 in property […]

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