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pjohnf - Jay Nixon names longtime aide to temporarily replace Tom Schweich as Missouri Auditor - Quincy, IL N
And this guy is qualified to be Missouri auditor because? The good old boys club is alive and well in Nixon's administration. All you have to be is a friend of Jay's and you're qualified to be an auditor.
Righty1 - Obama to ban bullets by executive action, threatens top-selling AR-15 rifle - Quincy, IL News - Quin
If you don't think this muslim supporter isn't from another country you had better think again! It's 1939 all over again. Don't sit and wait for the next guy to do something, get involved now!
pjohnf - Strawman: How Does He Top This? - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Obama is a narcissistic arrogant fool who isn't qualified to lead America or be commander in chief. He either can't or won't protect America and Americans as evidenced by his open borders policy. Will we have to put boots on the ground to defeat ISIS, likely yes, if they are to be defeated? You don't feed the crocodile hoping it will eat you last.
pjohnf - Obama to ban bullets by executive action, threatens top-selling AR-15 rifle - Quincy, IL News - Quin
The tyrant and his lib cohorts will do anything to disarm honest law biding citizens, even use suspect executive orders to ban ammo. If the little dictator had his way we'd all be disarmed and the crazies and criminals would have free reign. And of course the cowardly GOP led congress will let him do it.
carl_T_weathers - Schock reimburses $35,000 for office renovation - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
What a freaking joke.

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Ambulance Board continues process to bring billing in-house

2 years, 1 month 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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