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Prime Bellevue land to become Schlag Crossing

Prime Bellevue land to become Schlag Crossing

Aug 28, 20223 min read
The Bellevue Village Board on Wednesday approved a plan for a 13-lot commercial development on 45 acres of undeveloped land at the intersection of Lime Kiln Road and Monroe Road.

Administrator Krumenauer happy to be part of Bellevue

Jul 25, 20225 min read
Ben Krumenauer said over his first couple of months as administrator, he is focusing on getting to know what the village is.

Weekly Meeting Recap

Jun 18, 202214 min read
The Seymour Joint Committee of the Whole moved a discussion regarding ATV/UTV usage within the city to the top of its agenda Monday, June 13.

Weekly Meeting Recap

May 21, 202215 min read
A handful of proposed allocations of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds were up for discussion at the Tuesday, May 17, City Council meeting.

New Bellevue administrator

May 7, 20224 min read
After a rocky search process, spanning several months and two sets of candidate searches, the Village of Bellevue finally has a new village administrator.

McAuliffe Elementary students get extraterrestrial visit

Feb 4, 20223 min read
Students at McAuliffe Elementary School in Bellevue got a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to speak with Mark Vande Hei, NASA astronaut

Budget progress discussed in Bellevue

Oct 26, 20213 min read
Though officials won’t have the exact assessed or equalized values for the village until later, board members discussed the second draft of the budget,

Water talk on tap in Bellevue

Oct 5, 20213 min read
The Public Works department has noticed an uptick in water leakage throughout the village, and they are looking to do something about it.
Mixed-use development approved in Bellevue

Mixed-use development approved in Bellevue

Sep 22, 20213 min read
A mixed-use development off Hoffman Road is moving forward following a unanimous vote to approve a planned development district amendment.

Bellevue board to explore options to quell noise complaint

Sep 6, 20213 min read
On Aug. 25, the Bellevue village board heard from residents concerned about late-night noise from a local business located in the village.
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