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It certainly adds to the absurdity. @NOTMayorSpring needs a cameo appearance. BG
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Wow... that video was the perfect addition to this story. Kudos, BG.
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John Ohnumus was the HR Director for a lengthy period of time until he took over as Transit Director then Rick Meehan filled that position in addition to being DAS.
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That has been my argument all along, Jester. If local election boards simply do their job and cross-check lists of eligible living voters against Death Certificates [to ensure that voter rolls are accurate and up-to-date], this ludicrous idea of an epidemic of "dead people voting" goes away. I've never once seen a dead person doing their grocery shopping, or mailing a letter at the post office,…
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Don Adolf held the position before Mr. Olsen. There has been someone there for many years.

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Airport hits 10,000 passengers for second straight year

Airport hits 10,000 passengers for second straight year

4 months ago by Bob Gough

Michael Troyanovich was Cape Air's 10,000th boarder this morning

For the second straight year, Quincy Regional Airport has had 10,000 passengers take off.

The milestone means the Airport receives a $1 million subsidy from the Federal Aviation Administration to put toward capital improvements to the facility.

Michael Troyanovich was the 10,000th boarder. He received a round trip flight from Cape Air and a clock from QRA.

Airport Manager Jarred Hester said Cape Air's boardings are up about 3 percent this year. Last year, the airport didn't hit 10,000 enplanements until after Christmas and needed a concentrated marketing push by the facility and the City to hit the mark by the end of the year.

 


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