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Their franchise agreement ran its course, and the owner (who also owns other successful fast food places in town) decided that it wasn't worth re-upping with Steak N Shake.
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ROI........apparently the Taco Bell by Blessing is making lots of $$$
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We give a ton of money to Airports and to promote air travel. We talk about being "green" so what do they want me to do "drive" to Chicago and use up a bunch of gas and pollute the air?
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Must be a Corp. thing. I was in there a couple of Sunday's ago and there was line waiting to get in with all the tables full. This was before noon. Doesn't make sense to me.
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Net Neutrality is there foot in the door, I am guessing the Fairness Doctrine will come up again.

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City to Re-Surface part of Weiss Lane

7 months, 3 weeks ago by Scott Hardy

Project to cost over $225,000

The City of Quincy will be re-surfacing their part of a road they share with Adams County.

The City Council voted Monday night to re-surface Weiss Lane on Quincy’s upper north side from 18th to 24th Streets. The Council accepted the bid from Rees Construction at $225,462.50 for the project.

Weiss Lane’s maintenance is handled by both the city and Adams County.

The council also voted Monday night to approve the low bid by H.D. Supply Waterworks of Washington, Illinois of $9,000 for five new fire hydrants, and approved a one year service contract with Wireless USA of Quincy worth $6,702 for mobile and wireless radios for the Quincy Police Department.

The Council also approved Mayor Kyle Moore’s appointments of Les Fonza, Susan Scholz and Dennis Williams to the Human Rights Commission.


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