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yesqcy - Bruce Rauner\'s budget cuts slash social services - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Again with the crazy talk..... The working person is the blame? And what do you mean not his budget? You read the short article right?
chebby79 - QPD Blotter for April 25, 2015 - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Brian...everybody knows who you are.
chebby79 - Yard waste stickers a no-go - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
it would not have generated $500k anyway. at $2.50 a sticker, folks would change what they do. either haul it down there themselves, or mulch, or compost piles. I recently mowed and had 4 barrels of grass x $2.50 = $10 x 4 weeks = $40 a month. for $40 a month I would change what I do. I'm close enuf tho, so I hauled it to Radio Road site. perhaps, raise the garbage stickers. double the price.…
pjohnf - Illinois House Passes Bill To Make Some Marijuana Possession Punishable By Ticket - Quincy, IL News
Good idea, we waste way too much time and resources chasing pot users. Our court systems and law enforcement are tied up in enforcing pot laws when they could be spending their time and resources on real crime. Pot use is no worse than the use of alcohol so we should treat pot the same as we treat alcohol use.
pjohnf - CLEANER AIR WITH RENEWABLE MOTOR FUEL - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Fine let's work to provide the cleanest air possible but this has nothing to do with climate change which is hoax and a fraud.

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2 years, 3 months ago by Bob Gough

The Adams County Ambulance Board reviewed its number of calls for 2012 and continued to prepare for bringing its billing in-house in 2013.

The Ambulance Service finished the year with 7,027 calls in the County and 5,700 long-distance patient transports outside the County.

With December being the first month of the County’s fiscal year, the Ambulance Service finished more than $17,000 under budget with expenses of $243,347 last month. The County Board is continuing to help the Ambulance Service with its cashflow issues.

The Ambulance Service is also on track to bring its billing in-house in a further attempt to reduce expenses. That conversion is expected to be completed in April and the Ambulance Board approved a software purchase for data collection at Tuesday morning’s meeting.


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