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QuincyGuy - GOP fundraiser calls for U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk to drop 2016 re-election bid, backtracks - Quincy, IL N
Keep in mind - this was one contributor - not the Republican Party.
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Why won't Illinois politicians reform their own pensions? That's a good question. They're eager to blame state employees and other government workers for Illinois's budget problems, yet they ignore their own bankrupt pension system, while the tax payers pay year after year to keep politicians in their Cadillac pensions. If Illinois pension reform is to happen then the corrupt politicians…
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Madigan's bill was nothing more political grand standing and was designed to fool the foolish. He thinks the public is stupid, especially his supporters, but anybody with a brain can see through his subterfuge. Madigan and his co-conspirator Cullerton passed a continuing appropriation last year in the hopes of hiding the annual raises from the tax payers and not requiring a vote by the corrupt…
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He warned that walking away from the deal would isolate the United States from its international allies and Iran’s countdown to nuclear weapons “starts tomorrow.” Duh, our allies don't trust us anyway and our enemies don't fear us so what's to lose if we reject this bad deal? The countdown to Iran getting a nuclear bomb started a long time ago, Lurch. And Lurch actually said this, "“I…
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First Mid-Illinois Bancshares adds board members

11 months, 2 weeks ago by Bryan Nichols

First Mid-Illinois Bancshares, Inc. announced that Robert Cook and James Zimmer have been selected to serve on the company’s board of directors with their initial terms expiring in 2016. Cook and Zimmer also will serve on the board of directors of First Mid-Illinois Bank & Trust, which is a subsidiary of the company.

Cook is managing partner of TAR CO Investments LLC, a private investment company.

Zimmer is the owner of Zimmer Real Estate Properties LLC, providing residential housing for families and students. He is also the owner of Bio-Enzyme, an agricultural business focused on solutions for farmers.

Joe Dively, chairman and chief executive officer stated,  “First Mid-Illinois management and shareholders will benefit from the expanded expertise in community banking, capital markets, real estate management and agriculture that Rob and Jim bring to the board. Their diverse backgrounds and depth of experience will provide tremendous benefits to the board and I am delighted they are members of the First Mid team.” The company’s board now consists of Dively, Cook, Zimmer, Anthony (Tony) Sparks, Gary Melvin, William Rowland, Steven Grissom and Holly Bailey.

 


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