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SilenceDogood22 - New jail or no new jail? - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Absolutely not. Everyone in government needs to be held accountable for spending tax payer dollars. I'm not necessarily for the jail project (or against it). But the notion that we should "take care of ourselves" by not paying any taxes, or comparing a jail to obama phones and welfare is assinine. Almost as ridiculous as the original text of the article. We need a jail. Do we need a new one? Do…
UJacks1 - New jail or no new jail? - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
I've asked before and I will ask again: When/If a new "justice center' is built, will the current jail and police station in town be closed permanently or will both remain open and staffed? If remain open, for the need to house prisoners awaiting their day in court, then staffing will be needed. Transportation costs will go up, to bring the prisoner from the 'justice center' into…
Sv3 - New jail or no new jail? - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
You are willing then to hand over a debatable amount of 25 million dollars? Without a plan, without any allocation of properties? All on the ridiculous idea it's unsafe for the employees? The county will get sued is the latest argument.... In the most secure supermax prisons lawsuits I'm sure are most common. So forgive me for not trusting the government to handle our money reasonably.…
DaveVictor - Darin LaHood announces candidacy - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
He sounds like a real firecracker.
1950Brutus - Tom Schweich spokesman Spence Jackson found dead - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Don't you think it is a little early for speculations? At least wait until he is in the ground.

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JWCC Trustees hear collective bargaining update

1 year, 2 months ago From JWCC

Faculty contract ends June 30

The John Wood Community College Board of Trustees met for a special board meeting in Quincy, Thursday afternoon, January 23.  During the meeting, Trustees received an update on the progress of the collective bargaining process with the JWCC Faculty Association IFT/AFT local #6086. 

Negotiations on behalf of JWCC administration are being led by Diane Robertson.  During a prior board meeting, Trustees authorized administration to contract with Robertson for services.  Previous negotiations were led by the JWCC vice president of finance and business services. 

The Faculty Association’s current contract ends June 30, 2014. The contract negotiation remains on schedule.  

In other business, Trustees authorized administration to negotiate details of a lease with Ameren Illinois to utilize space in JWCC’s Workforce Development Center maneuvering range.

Trustees will meet again for a regular meeting February 19 at 7 p.m. at the JWCC campus in Quincy at 48th and Harrison.

 


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