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Changes Made in Bellevue’s Leadership

BELLEVUE – your hard work, belief in our borough, and determination to see a new local government was finalized at last night’s re-organization meeting.  Your newly elected council members, Henry Lenard, Mathew Senvisky, and Vencent Menosky were sworn in, along side their re-elected colleagues, Lynn Heffley and Kathy Coder. Newly elected Mayor, Paul Cusick, Tax […]

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Change is Coming!

The residents of Bellevue expressed their displeasure with the majority of Bellevue’s elected leadership and voted with a resounding voice for change in the 2013 elections. Well, now that it’s officially 2014, it’s time for those seeds of change to finally bear fruit! This Monday evening the new council and new mayor will be sworn […]

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Bellevue General Election Results!

Leadership in Bellevue has taken a dramatic and exciting turn as a result of last night’s historic elections. In the race for mayor, Paul Cusick ran away with the election leading with a strong 53% majority. Joe Scioscia competed hard but was unable to overcome Cusick. Jane Braunlich’s desperate attempt to overcome her devastating loss […]

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Braunlich Campaigns = Bully Them Into Submission

Most of Bellevue has the intellectual capacity to realize that when it comes to local politics, it’s not ideological or even party differences that matter, it’s whether or not people can be trusted to work together towards the betterment of the community. If there’s one thing Liberty in Bellevue has demonstrated throughout our existence, it’s […]

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Why Vote on Tuesday? Reason #1!

There’s a popular phrase around here, perhaps you’ve heard it, “That just won’t work around here.” It seems that just about everybody on or affiliated with the current crop of leadership in Bellevue have made that their leadership philosphy. With few exceptions, namely Kathy Coder and Mark Helbling, every time a new idea or suggestion […]

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