Tag Archives: pittsburgh

Election 2015: Alcohol Referendum

Our partners over at A Better Bellevue were featured in a short segment on Channel 11 News today after successfully gathering 650 signatures to put the alcohol referendum back on the ballot for the second time in four years. You can watch the segment below as it aired during the 5:00pm broadcast.

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Election 2014 – State Representative Candidates

How well do you know the three candidates seeking to represent you in Harrisburg? The 2014 Election Season is well underway. This primary election, which is just two weeks away (May 20), the voters will decide which Democrat will face the pro-liberty candidate, Pastor Tom Fodi (R), incumbent Adam Ravenstahl or his challenger Tom Michalow. […]

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The Floor is Open for Public Contribution Bellevue

Since its inception, Liberty in Bellevue has been more of a movement than an organization; a movement of change, a movement of taking back control of our borough, a movement of pursuing a new direction for our community, the dawning of a new era of revitalization in Bellevue, PA. As the greater Pittsburgh metropolitan region […]

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WARNING! Do Not Read This Post, It Might Be Dangerous To Your Well Being

One of our good friends is on vacation in Italy.  She just sent in this photograph via email after having a nice meal at a local eatery.  The folks in the image are consuming a little wine with their meal at an outdoor table.  According to Bellevue Council this is dangerous to the community.  If […]

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Enforceable in Bellevue: A Response, by Mark Robinson

In response to the recent blog on The Citizen website (http://thecitizen.us/blog/unenforceable-bellevue) titled “Unenforceable in Bellevue”, I would like to point out that this article indicates this word as being given a creative definition, but it fails to point out what the real definition of the word is. Unenforeceable – Not capable of being brought about […]

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