Tag Archives: economic liberty

BYOB Ordinance Voted Down: A Response, by Danina DiBattista

On July 10th, 2012, the Bellevue council voted down an idea of running a 45 day trial period for allowing customers at BYOB establishments within this “dry” town to enjoy their libations at designated outdoor seating areas. This vote came after 3 months of vigorous debate within the committee meetings, pre-council, and council meetings. I […]

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July 10, 2012 Regular Bellevue Borough Council Meeting Video

We believe that one of the characteristics of healthy communities is public involvement in all areas of community life.  That includes local politics.  To encourage public participation and involvement in what is going on within the champers of Bellevue Borough Hall we’ve made it a priority to record and broadcast the monthly council meetings.  These […]

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In Their Own Words, “Jane Knows Best,” by Scott Irlbacher

I’ve put myself forward in Bellevue as an outspoken renter upset with the lack of progress enforcing code at rental properties in Bellevue.  This month we had a large apartment building on Forest Avenue demolished due to deteriorating conditions.  I wonder how many of those tenants who had to find new housing have remained in […]

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