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WarCry - Shooting near 8th and York - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
I actually did have it pointed out to me that this may be a 5th Amendment issue, and that the hole in the foot was self-inflicted. No more evidence of that than anything else, but it's just as possible.
1950Brutus - Projected remaining Cleanup cost; at least $1.26 Million - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Seems it was the mid 80s - but at the time you would have thought 98% of the population had some type of breathing disorder. Letters to the Editor each and every day whining. I'm with givemeliberty - it was my time of the year to put on a flannel shirt and suspenders - get out there with my rake and start burning - I felt like Paul Bunyan.
qfingers - Projected remaining Cleanup cost; at least $1.26 Million - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
If you don't have yard waste pickup you have to allow burning.
WmMunny - Shooting near 8th and York - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Curious indeed ....... no motive, no suspect, but not a random act. Victim take a blow to the head and have amnesia?
DaveVictor - Projected remaining Cleanup cost; at least $1.26 Million - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
What year did they ban burning in Quincy?

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Shortfall grew by less than 1 percent from the previous year

An annual state report puts the Illinois deficit at nearly $45 billion.
Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka released the report Wednesday. She says the shortfall grew by less than 1 percent from the previous year. She says the growth in liabilities was mostly because of obligations to state pension systems and other post-employment benefits.
The state has a $100 billion shortfall in its five pension systems. But Topinka’s office says the accounting method used in this report measures only what should have been set aside to keep pace with obligations — not the total debt.
Lawmakers and Gov. Pat Quinn adopted a plan last fall to reduce that debt over 30 years, but it has been challenged in court.
The general spending account deficit fell 19 percent to $7.3 billion.

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