Tag Archives: Kathy Coder

Jan 4 2016: A New Day Dawns in Bellevue

Welcome to a new day in Bellevue! Today, Monday, January 4, marks the first day of a promising new borough council. A council we believe is finally poised to pursue the cohesive vision and effect the necessary changes our community desperately needs to join the ranks of the numerous revitalizing communities flourishing in our region. […]

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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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Bellevue News!

Late November after a contentious election cycle isn’t usually all that active in terms of political news, especially for a borough our size. However, this past week has offered Bellevue residents two exciting developments: 1) Bellevue Councilwoman, Kathy Coder was named chair of the Congress of Neighboring Communities (CONNECT)! Not only is Liberty in Bellevue […]

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Despicable Local Media Coverage, by Tom Fodi

We all know national, corporate media is designed to cater to a particular audience. It’s no surprise when one tunes into the Fox News Channel to hear a lot of criticism of the left. MSNBC/CNN is only too happy to criticize the right because that’s what it’s designed to do. When compared to the admirable […]

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August 2013 Regular Bellevue Council Meeting

Below is the unedited video of Bellevue Borough’s August 2013 Regular Council Meeting. The meeting concluded with a 30 minute executive session for “personnel matters,” but was immediately adjourned thereafter. The meeting included an unanticipated debate over the long fought over “Pawn Shop Ordinance.” You might recall that in spite of well reasoned arguments to […]

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