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Bellevue Bulletin (02/21/2020)

Bellevue Bulletin (02/21/2020)

By Kristina D’Amico Welcome back to another Bellevue Bulletin! A lot happened this week, so we’re here to break it down for you. It’s no secret that asbestos is a huge issue in schools here in Philadelphia, and several buildings have been temporarily shut down in response to the exposed toxic material. In his budget ... Read More
 
Bellevue Bulletin 02/14/2020

Bellevue Bulletin 02/14/2020

By Kristina D’Amico Happy Valentine’s Day! Voting is open! Well..for the design for new “I Voted” stickers, at least. Everyone’s favorite part of voting day will be handed out starting with the April 28th primary election, and the new designs are up for choosing, and you can vote here. The cit ran a contest in ... Read More
 
Bellevue Strategies 02/07/2020

Bellevue Strategies 02/07/2020

By Kristina D’Amico  President Donald Trump was acquitted in front of the entire nation on Tuesday, as the Senate voted on two charges: obstruction of justice, and abuse of power. The votes cast were 47-53, and 48-52, respectively. How did Pennsylvanian lawmakers react? Check out a breakdown of the votes at PennLive. Pennsylvania signed in ... Read More
 
Bellevue Bulletin 01/31/2020

Bellevue Bulletin 01/31/2020

By Kristina D’Amico Philadelphia is changing its nickname! The city is celebrating its women with a proposal to adopt a new nickname, from The City of Brotherly Love to The City of Sisterly Love. The resolution comes to the city as the United States celebrates the 100-year anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which granted women ... Read More
 
Bellevue Welcomes New Team Members!

Bellevue Welcomes New Team Members!

  Please join us in welcoming our newest team members: Steven Chintaman, Julie Platt, and Andrew Wisniewski. About Steven Steven is an attorney and government affairs professional with extensive experience and knowledge within the Philadelphia city government. He is Bellevue’s lead for city relations with City Council and the administration where he puts his unique ... Read More
 
Bellevue Bulletin 01/24/2020

Bellevue Bulletin 01/24/2020

By Kristina D’Amico In Harrisburg news, Speaker of the House Mike Turzai, who has been in office since 2001 and speaker since 2015, has announced that he will not seek reelection after his term ends. At a press conference at his district office in McCandless, Mr. Turzai said he won’t run for a 10th term ... Read More
 
Bellevue Bulletin 01/17/2020

Bellevue Bulletin 01/17/2020

By Kristina D’Amico  Welcome back to another update from Bellevue Strategies. First up this week, we have an exciting announcement from our President and CEO, Mustafa Rashed. As Michael Bloomberg, former New York City Mayor, kicks off his campaign, he has brought on close to 35 staffers and plans to open a dozen offices in ... Read More
 
Bellevue Bulletin 01/10/2020

Bellevue Bulletin 01/10/2020

By Kristina D’Amico Welcome to the first weekly update of the new decade! Happy 2020! A lot is happening and will happen in this election year, so make sure to keep up with our emails and updates to get all the news! First up in Pennsylvania news: the state is projected to lose a U.S. ... Read More
 
Bellevue Bulletin 12/20/19

Bellevue Bulletin 12/20/19

By Kristina D’Amico Happy Friday, everyone! It’s been a busy week in national and state politics this week as we approach the holidays. Read on to hear about it! First up in national news is what you’ve likely already seen: President Donald Trump has been impeached. However, the day after votes were cast to impeach ... Read More
 
Bellevue Bulletin 12/06/2019

Bellevue Bulletin 12/06/2019

By Kristina D’Amico Welcome back! We hope you had an excellent holiday weekend, just in time for a chilly December here in Philly, and more upcoming holidays! First up in Philly news: the city is launching a new urban forest plan. Despite continuous efforts to increase the number of trees in the city, we’ve lost ... Read More