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Dear LiB: My First Report to Bellevue Residents, by Tom Fodi

Dear LiB: During the campaign leading to my election as a new member of Bellevue Council, I heard a consistent theme: the residents and voters of Bellevue are sick and tired being left in the dark with regard to their local government. For that reason, I came up with a strategy that I believe might […]

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Dear LiB: What Seems to be the Hang Up with Bellevue’s Finances?

Dear LiB: I write to you this week for one simple reason, to publicly acknowledge and thank Bellevue Councilman Henry Lenard and Councilwoman Kathy Coder. If memory serves me correctly, for the better part of six months, Councilman Lenard has been asking, begging even, for a publishable list of Bellevue’s delinquent taxpayers. Every month during […]

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Dear LiB: Just Another Day in the Park, by Tom Fodi

There’s been a lot of great conversation concerning Bayne Park and the Bellevue community as a whole on LiB today. After the violent incident which occurred not long ago in the park we all hold dear, it is quite encouraging to see the community rallying to find ways to make the park safer and more […]

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Dear LiB: Mayor Doscher Speaks Out Concerning March 5 PreCouncil Meeting Disclosure

Today we received a letter from Mayor Doscher that is a response to a letter written to other publications in Bellevue by Council President Linda Woshner. In order to best understand the context from which Mayor Doscher writes, we recommend viewing Liberty in Bellevue’s video footage of the pre-council meeting of March 5, 2013 and reading President […]

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Dear LiB: Get Involved

LiB exists to promote awareness and involvement of all community members in the ongoing work of local government. Dear LiB letters may not represent the views of all LiB members, but are published for the purpose of encouraging further discussion and engagement. Dear LiB: So what happened last night totally sucks. But it can’t be […]

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