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Expatriate - REBEL MEDIA: Everybody\'s doing it - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Absolutely. Imagine the number of highly qualified candidates who didn't want their current employers to know they were looking for a new opportunity. This is stupid. Don't worry Louisiana: next time you need to hire a president for LSU, you'll get a fraction of the the resumes. All from unemployed folks and internals. Because the President of some other school doesn't need you…
TheyRclueless - Schaefer prepares for 7th Ward aldermanic primary - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
I don't have a dog in this fight, but it seemed like his answers were pretty much "no answer" answers.
quincymike - Illinois video gambling revenues doubled in 2014 - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Great idea! Gambling is the solution to the revenue issue. If the city could reduce taxes by an equal amount of gained revenue then go for it. What will happen though is that the city will just increase spending till the revenue levels off because because of over market saturation. Every town and county will be doing it. Then guess what will happen. Yep, taxes will go up to make up for some of that…
Bovada Poker - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com - Video poker machines turned on in Illinois
In my opinion, the government needs to wake up and smell where the money's at. Legalizing online gambling can be more beneficial, this video poke machines are great example on how this industry can help.
UrKidsWillPay - REBEL MEDIA: Everybody\'s doing it - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Why is it the public interest to know the names of people who weren't even deemed qualified candidates and dies that public interest exceed the interest of the citizens that applied for some level of privacy? A policy of exposing every name of every applicant does not serve the public interest especially given that it would likely have the result of limiting the pool of applicants due to concerns…

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Quincy Police Chief Rob Copley was one of 43 people to take part in the Super Plunge in Evanston, Illinois this weekend.

Copley and the others jumped into Lake Michigan once an hour for 24 straight hours starting on Friday afternoon.

Copley raised $2,700 for Special Olympics and the group raised more than $160,000 overall. 

 


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