Tag Archives: George Doscher

Another Employee is DONE

Since Liberty in Bellevue began its work of examining the mismanagement of our borough we’ve witnessed a mass exodus of quality borough employees. Between the unwarranted termination of our previous solicitor and the resignations of two former borough managers, an assistant borough manager, and obvious discontent among other borough employees close to members of Liberty […]

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9 April Bellevue Regular Council Meeting

April 2013 Regular Bellevue Council Meeting – April 9, 2013 Point of interest worth noting during this council meeting: At 0:05:22 a lengthy debate begins about the current majority’s decision to eliminate all the “bump outs” from the streetscape design created/approved by a professional engineering firm and citizen’s advisor committee. The debate for nearly an hour and […]

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Highly Anticipated Video of March 5, 2013 Bellevue Pre-Council Meeting

After what we anticipated would be a quick and quiet Pre-Council Meeting last night,  turned into one of the most dramatic scenes of organizational dysfunction we’ve witnessed in a long time. Mayor George Doscher accused a “council person(s)” of spying on at least one borough employee with a video camera. Council President Linda Woshner tried to […]

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Dear LiB: A Letter from Mayor Doscher

LiB often receives messages from residents, business owners, local officials, etc. and we’ve decided to give these messages space on our website. For this reason we’ve started a new category of posts on the site called “Dear LiB” which will include any and all letters written to LiB which the authors would like for us […]

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January 8, 2013 Bellevue Council Meeting

2013 will be a big year for Bellevue. We have a lot of decisions to make about the future direction of our community. There is no question that Bellevue is not as it should be. Between the mass exodus of long term, quality residents from our borough, our increasingly dismal business district, oppressively high tax […]

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