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GoSalukis - Iowa company pitches Newcomb development proposal - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Where was Duece's fiscal restraint during the hydro mess? Someone should tell him these are investments in infrastructure.
Loverofblues - Practice of end-of-career teacher salary bumps being scrutinized - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.c
3 month vacation? Teachers are paid on 9 month contracts.
UJacks1 - Practice of end-of-career teacher salary bumps being scrutinized - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.c
Welcome to the real world of the poorly paid, over worked, 3 months vacation, holidays off, public school teacher! They have never had any reason to complain about pay - in any form.
AYHSMB - REBEL MEDIA: If Gov. Quinn put an Olive Garden in Quincy, would he win Adams County? - Quincy, IL Ne
If he had a pair, Quinn would have asked if any employees, and the percentage of, will earn minimum wage. (Waitresses not included).
1950Brutus - REBEL MEDIA: If Gov. Quinn put an Olive Garden in Quincy, would he win Adams County? - Quincy, IL Ne
Did Quinn check out their views on same sex marriage?? - Rahm may try to run these folks out of town like he did the Chic Filet people because only the politically correct can service us food here in IL.

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Quincy Police Blotter for May 9, 2014

4 months, 3 weeks ago from QPD

Arrest Dominic Hood 26, of Quincy for possession of cannabis.  

Arrest Lukas Krietemeyer 25, of MO for failure to reduce speed.

Arrest Wiliam Friday 44, of Quincy for failure to reduce speed. 

Burglary to vehicle Vicki Ebbing 1515 Kentucky reports her unlocked vehicle entered on 4/26. A blue tooth car kit was taken.

Criminal damage  Merle Tieken of Quincy reports someone spray painted a Trinity Lakes Sign at 46th/Harrison on 5/2. 

Hit and run Jory Evertson 228 N 12th reports his vehicle was hit and run while parked at the rear of his residence on 5/7.  A black piece of bumper from a Kia was recovered. 

Matthew S. Rednour, 30, 911 N. 28th, Apt. B, for Failure to Reduce Speed to Avoid an Accident, at 30th Chestnut, at 1824 hrs of 05/02/14. Released on NTA. 

The following individuals were arrested in QU Lot D on 5/7/14:
Patrick S. Lester (19) of Reynoldsburg OH for Poss of Cannabis
Aaron S. Delp (21) of Trenton MO for Poss of Cannabis
Marcus J. Render (19) of Naperville IL for Poss of Cannabis
Jose Juan Godines Murillo (19) of Waukegan IL for Poss of Cannabis/Poss Drug Para
Christopher A. Barry (19) of Marine IL for Poss of Cannabis / Poss Drug

Kevin A. Carder (20) of 1516 Spring was arrested for Expired Registration at 15th and State on 5/7/14.

Robery L. McKim (38) of 1835 Hilltop was arrested for Uninsured Vehicle at 14th and Park Place on 5/7/14.

Bernice M. Jording of 303 Shannon Drive reports that a bag containing perscription medication disappeared when she left it on the counter at Walgreens, 1723 Broadway

 


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@DanLucySports God bless, Dan.
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@ursadailynews The City is planning to take out insurance to cover that in case it falls through.
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@ursadailynews No. Hobart is seeking $1.8 million of equity from the city as an incentive. Money would come from the TIF.