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Stupid_Dems - Iowa company pitches Newcomb development proposal - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
I'm still waiting for someone to tell me what's in it for the city? What does the city get financially from the project? The empty lot is not costing us anything now. We have money for the Hobart people but we can't even keep the trees alive in downtown Quincy.
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No. They won't be income-based. BG
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No person may so turn any vehicle without giving an appropriate signal in the manner hereinafter provided. Is all I can get out of it.
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Am I right thinking that these will be income-based rent apartments? If so, these are going to be people that don't have the money to visit many businesses downtown beside Dollar General and the thrift shops. I thought we were trying to gentrify the district. Upscale apartments like Austin Properties is adding would be more in line.

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Culver-Stockton College reaches full residential capacity

2 months, 2 weeks ago by Bob Gough

Culver-Stockton College is announcing the fall 2014 admission deadline as July 15, instead of the original deadline of Aug. 1. The deadline change is due to the largest incoming class of new students in nearly 15 years and a noticeable increase in retention of current students.

"As enrollment numbers nationally are down, we are very excited to go against that trend," Misty McBee, Director of Admission said. "The campus is buzzing with excitement as the additional housing is being built to accommodate the larger class and we await all of the new students to arrive on campus in August."

Because of the rural location and lively College community, Culver-Stockton College is primarily residential, with more than 95% of students planning to live on campus in the fall. This puts the College at full residential capacity, although regional commuting students will still be accepted through Aug. 1, 2014.



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