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August 2013 Regular Bellevue Council Meeting

Below is the unedited video of Bellevue Borough’s August 2013 Regular Council Meeting. The meeting concluded with a 30 minute executive session for “personnel matters,” but was immediately adjourned thereafter. The meeting included an unanticipated debate over the long fought over “Pawn Shop Ordinance.” You might recall that in spite of well reasoned arguments to […]

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Bellevue Council July 2013 Pre-Council Meeting

We apologize for the delay in getting the July Pre-Council meeting uploaded. Due to the holiday and some scheduling difficulties it took a while to prepare this video for publishing. Additionally, we apologize in advance for some of the slip ups in the recording of this meeting. The individual manning the camera for this meeting was […]

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June 2013 Bellevue Council Meeting

Time Stamps have been provided below to help with video navigation. Council members are still NOT using their provided microphones, therefore there are sections of this video that are difficult to hear. 0:01 – Call to Order, Flag Salute, Roll Call ATTENDING: Jane Braulich, Frank Camello, Lynn Heffley, James Scisciani, Susan Viscusi, James Viscusi, President Linda […]

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Bellevue Regular May 2013 Council Meeting

Time stamps are available below to help with navigation. Simply click on the time stamp that you wish to view. 0:10 – Call to Order, Flag Salute, Roll Call ATTENDING: Jane Braunlich, James Scisciani, Mark Helbling, Pres. Linda Woshner, V.P. James Viscusi, Frank Camello, Kathy Coder (via phone), Susan Viscusi, Mayor George Doscher, Solicitor Racounus. ABSENT: […]

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7 May 2013 Bellevue Pre-Council Meeting

The pre-council meeting this week lasted a bit longer and included a bit more interesting debate than we anticipated. In particular, at the beginning of the meeting, Mike Fodi, owner of Fodi Jewelers, addressed the council about the inherent problems with the proposed “pawn shop ordinance.” Though the ordinance was drafted in order to regulate […]

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