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itsourlife8 - Police shooting, pursuit in Downtown Hannibal - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Chris Rock's version of "How to Not Get Your Ass Kicked by the Police" would play well in this situation.
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I agree-- The Military SHOULD have the best care and be taken care of. I am not the one arguing against public care of government employees. You are, as it come out of every taxpayers pocket. There is the crux of this-- that they have no money for people that worked and paid in, and yet they never talk about running out of money for food stamps/welfare/medicaid, to people that NEVER paid in and most…
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See you totally missed the whole point on the Roman Empire. It was that your whole argument on pensions is that it is some unholy alliance between unions and politicians. I am pointing out that Police/Military pensions (and the founding and idea of it) go back that far (Roman Empire- some form of it has been in effect since that time). THAT was the point, I thought you were bright enough to catch that…
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7 months, 3 weeks ago From businessjournal.com

Company also moving corporate headquarters from Philadelphia to Milwaukee

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The company announced today that Milwaukee business executive Tim Sullivan is resigning as president and chief executive officer. Sullivan, the former CEO of South Milwaukee-based Bucyrus International Inc., took the Gardner Denver role in August of 2013.


Sullivan will be succeeded by current Gardner Denver board member Peter Wallace who will become CEO effective immediately. Wallace's career as a senior executive in global industrial equipment manufacturing spans nearly 40 years. He previously served as CEO of West Milwaukee-based Rexnord Corp., where he worked for 25 years across various management and senior leadership positions prior to his becoming CEO in 1998.

When Sullivan became CEO of the company, Gardner Denver opened an office at 222 E. Erie St. in the Historic Third Ward in Milwaukee, occupying about 10,000 square feet of space.

The Gardner Denver press release today announcing Sullivan's resignation used a Milwaukee dateline. When asked if Milwaukee is considered the headquarters of the company, Gardner Denver Vice President of Human Resources Curtis Selby said in an email, "yes, it is correct as we are in the process of relocating from our previous location in Wayne, Pa."

Selby could not be reached to provide additional information about how many jobs or what the size of the company's corporate headquarters would be in Milwaukee.

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