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help70 - Quincy School Board to discuss building project with out-of-town contractor - Quincy, IL News - Quin
Shame on the school board for even considering hiring an out of town contractor
UrKidsWillPay - No decision from Ferguson grand jury this wknd - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
#PantsUpDontLoot
Stupid_Dems - Mann not seeking re-election to Quincy City Council - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Sure hope all the new folks promise not to suck the public teat of Health insurance and pension plan for a part time job. We taxpayers could save $20,000 for every current alderman we turn out if the new person would swear off the public nipple.
mkosin - Quincy Regional Airport makes another late season push for 10,000 departures - Quincy, IL News - Qui
Guy, I AM a travel consultant, and we don't buy tickets from airlines like that - all airline tickets are name specific. The only time we might have a block of tickets is for groups, and those have deposits and deadlines attached to them. So that would not work. I love flying out of the Quincy Airport. Jarred Hester is doing a great job there, but another airline is probably not going to come…
eaglebeaky - No decision from Ferguson grand jury this wknd - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Just FYI... CNN, MSNBC, and several websites are reporting (Monday afternoon) that the Ferguson grand jury has reached a decision, and that an announcement will be made later on this afternoon.

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Ambulance Board scales back levy request

1 year, 11 months ago by Bob Gough

The Adams County Ambulance Board will revise its tax levy request from the Adams County Board.

At this morning’s Ambulance Board meeting, the consensus was the Ambulance Service would recoup sufficient revenues in 2013 with its switch in billing and collections companies. The Board voted to switch from Intermedix to MBR on April 1. This means the operations will be in house with MBR assisting Ambulance Service personnel.  

At next week’s County Board meeting, the Board will vote on the overall tax rate and levy. The Ambulance levy was to be $700,000 and it will be reduced to $500,000.


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