Tag Archives: liberty

Pre-Council Meeting & Snow Removal Ordinance

We didn’t anticipate that the change in the borough’s meeting schedule would impact our ability to keep up with the meeting videos as much as it has. In addition to the change in schedule, we experienced a camera malfunction that nullified any filming we attempted at the meetings we were actually able to attend! Thankfully, it seems […]

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Your Borough Knows Better: A Reflection of the September 2013 Regular Council Meeting, by Tom Fodi

Last Tuesday’s Regular Bellevue Council meeting maintained an all too common theme in our borough – “Your council knows better than you!” Though I don’t often take advantage of the opportunity to speak up during the public contribution portion of the meeting, I decided to take five minutes to speak my mind on Tuesday. I’m […]

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Seeking a Few Good Men and Women

Bellevue is looking for a few good women and men to step up and lead our fine community. The 2013 election cycle is right around the corner and, as anyone can see by a simple stroll down Lincoln Avenue, our community needs leaders! We know of a few people who are throwing their names into […]

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What To Do About Bellevue? By Tom Fodi

Four years ago, an article was published in the Post Gazette titled, “What To Do About Bellevue,” in which reporter Jonathan Barnes highlighted the economic struggles facing what should be a thriving, growing, prospering business district just north of Pittsburgh.  (To see the article in its entirety click here.)  Four years later, we find ourselves […]

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Former Ross Township Commissioner enters the Bellevue debate…Why? by Mark Robinson

Recently, a new name appeared on the LiB Facebook page and blog with some interesting comments. Mark Purcell, a longtime resident of Ross Township and former Ross Township commissioner, has tried to define Liberty in Bellevue by linking current and former council members to the group. One major problem…Neither of the folks mentioned are a […]

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