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Bellevue Election Day 2015

Please note there was an error in our last post. Election day is: Tuesday, November 3rd. Tuesday, November 3rd. Tuesday, November 3rd. The previous post incorrectly stated that election day was Tuesday, November 7th. Sorry!! The rest of the post stands accurate and valid. It is time to replace the longtime incumbents on council who […]

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Bellevue Election 2015: It’s Time for a New Council, It’s Time for a New Bellevue!

When was the last time you proudly proclaimed, “I live in Bellevue!” We used to. When many of us were children, we did. Bellevue was the envy of many communities. We weren’t “the city,” but close enough to it to reap the benefits. We once had gorgeous turn of the century homes that could house […]

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The Train of Change is Ready to Roll On

For many years, decades even, Bellevue has had a reputation around the Pittsburgh region as a “difficult” community with which to work. Businesses packed up and left for greener pastures with arms open wide waiting for them. Hired and elected leaders were literally chased from, not only their positions, but from the community as a whole. […]

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Prohibition Over At Last and other election news

Yesterday’s municipal primary was a historic one for Bellevue. As most are surely already aware, after more than 100 years of no retail alcohol sales in the borough, Bellevue is no longer a dry town! That’s worth saying again – BELLEVUE IS NO LONGER A DRY TOWN!! By an enormous margin of 63% in favor […]

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Election 2015 – History in the Making?

If Bellevue voters so choose, 2015 could be a historic election cycle. First and foremost, most voters are likely already aware that they will have the opportunity to give our business district the desperate breath of fresh air it needs by finally putting an end to the prohibition era ban on alcohol sales in the borough. […]

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