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Terms of Gems' sale being finalized

2 months, 1 week ago by Bob Gough

Sale should become final and public before or at next week's OLC Board meeting, which is scheduled for Wednesday

On the heels of winning their third Prospect League title, the Quincy Gems sale is about to become final.

Sources have told Quincy Journal that an agreement in principle has been reached between the Oakley-Lindsay Center Board and another party.

OLC Executive Director Rob Ebbing would not identify the buyer, but confirmed lawyers from both parties are finalizing the terms, saying the deal was "in lawyers' hands now." 

The OLC Board is scheduled to meet next Wednesday at noon in its regular monthly session. The deal will be announced before or at that meeting. 

Quincy defeated the Chillicothe Paints in Ohio last night by the score of 3-1 to win the Prospect League championship.

 

 


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@K_Schisler God I was wishing you had sent me that one! :)