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qfingers - Quincy Fire Station #6 set to shut down - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
If I'm reading the budget correctly here it appears hydro is paid off this fiscal year. See page 185. http://www.quincyil.gov/files/documents/document/... Budget shows about $3.853M total debt service of which hydro is $1.458M. Our total debt at end of this year is such…
qfingers - Quincy Fire Station #6 set to shut down - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
#1 The total city council budget is $258,000. Cutting the entire budget would not even come close to funding 1 fire station. #2 The Mayor can't "take away" anything. The council would have to approve changes for subsequent members of the council as they can't change their own compensation (in either direction). And good luck getting them to decrease any such thing.
WarCry - Quincy Fire Station #6 set to shut down - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Please look up the Quincy city municipal code and show me which passage allows the Mayor to "take away" anything from anyone. As you may (or may not, I suppose) have noticed, the entire city council had to vote on the budget cuts. The Mayor didn't make any cuts. He proposed a budget. Implying that the mayor made these changes demonstrates either 1) a lack of understanding of the city government…
OneMansPoison - Fire on North 27th - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Okay, DMtnDew. So, when Mrs. Smith's toaster oven catches fire, by the time the FD gets there, it's the size of her TV. Whoa! Better hire more firefighters!
OneMansPoison - Quincy Fire Station #6 set to shut down - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
jungle, you seem to think the firemen are earning their pay by climbing skyscrapers, lunging head-long into burning buildings, rescuing your neighbor's cat, etc. Maybe the police are chasing perps down dark alleys, jumping fences with both guns blazing, all while making sure they don't infringe on folk's rights? The majority of their time is spent otherwise, really. They are good people,…

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Fall Concert set for Sunday at John Wood

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Proceeds from the event will support the group's 2013 spring tour

Audiences will be treated to a wide variety of vocal and instrumental selections performed by talented area students at John Wood Community College's Fine Arts Department Fall Music Concert.  The annual event is set for Sunday, October 14 at 2 p.m. in the Mary Ellen Orr Auditorium located in the Paul Health Fine Arts and Community Education Center on the Quincy campus at 48th and Harrison.

JWCC's Concert Choir, Jazz Band and Vocal Show Ensemble will provide a showcase to appeal to all ages.  Admission is $3.00 for adults.  Students are admitted free of charge.

Proceeds from the event will support the group's 2013 spring tour.  JWCC's music groups tour annually and in past years have performed in Chicago, Memphis, Nashville, Kansas City and Branson at popular venues, including Union Station, Stax Music Academy, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Memphis Redbirds AutoZone Park and Silver Dollar City.

The groups are under the direction of Gary DeClue, JWCC fine arts professor and department chair and Rhonda Basinger, JWCC associate professor of music and accompanist.


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