Tag Archives: Northgate School District

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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Election 2015 – Petition Period Begins

The 2015 Election Season is officially underway today with the beginning of the three week period known as the “Petition Period.” During these three weeks candidates and their supporters will be out in the borough gathering signatures to ensure their place on the ballot for the 2015 Primary Election to be held on Tuesday, May […]

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Get Involved!

Those of us who have chosen to make our homes, raise our children, establish our businesses, and otherwise lay our roots in Bellevue know the qualities that make Bellevue great. However, our community is only ever as good as the people who are actively involved in its progress. Regardless of whether we agree or not, the more we become less engaged […]

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Property Tax Tipping Point

I think it is time to hold some community forums to discuss Avalon, Bellevue, and Northgate. Why? We desperately need our school board and borough councils in the same room to talk money and property taxes. Northgate really has no other alternative but to raise taxes, but we’re at the tipping point of doing more […]

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Bellevue General Election Results!

Leadership in Bellevue has taken a dramatic and exciting turn as a result of last night’s historic elections. In the race for mayor, Paul Cusick ran away with the election leading with a strong 53% majority. Joe Scioscia competed hard but was unable to overcome Cusick. Jane Braunlich’s desperate attempt to overcome her devastating loss […]

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