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Why I Choose to Live in Bellevue, by Lisa Saylor

People often ask me where I live. When I tell them that I live in Bellevue, the response used to be- “oh, I had a relative or friend who USED to live there, what a nice little town”– OR – “Oh, that’s the nice little town with that really good restaurant.”  Recently the response has […]

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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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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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4th of July Community Spruce Up

Liberty in Bellevue will be out and about in the community this 4th of July! If you or someone you know needs a helping hand with a simple outdoor project (i.e. mulching, flowers, weeding, basic yard work, touching up paint on fencing, etc.) please stop by to sign up or contact us via the website listed […]

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LiB: For the Love of our Town, by Tom Fodi

From day one when the Liberty in Bellevue Movement took off people have tried to categorize the growing group of like minded people with a simple political affiliation or external group.  It seems like every day we get receive a message, comment, or third party reference labeling the LiB movement with yet another group.  We’ve […]

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