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Righty1 - Quincy Mayor, Police & Fire Chiefs disagree over proposed budget cuts - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJour
I don't recall you calling for a part time mayor when the previous mayor blew $6 million on Hydro which is exactly what put the city in this predicament.
CoolEdge - March jobs report: Illinois workforce shrinks, manufacturing continues bleeding - Quincy, IL News -
And some try to tell us that is just the boomers retiring, but in fact the older folks are working longer, it is the younger folks that are leaning on entitlements more than before.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics notes that, for instance, the labor participation rates of those aged 25 to 54 years decreased from 76.4% in 2002 to 70.9% in 2012 – while the rates of those aged 55 and over…
HuhWhy - Quincy Mayor, Police & Fire Chiefs disagree over proposed budget cuts - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJour
This mayor is a poor leader. He thinks he is the smartest one in the room. How can you move an organization in the direction it needs to go when the leader is not competent?
WarCry - Yard waste stickers a no-go - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Another idea that was put forward to try and prevent cuts and/or taxes, presented by the mayor and shot down by (part of) the council. But guess who will be blamed....
WarCry - Quincy Mayor, Police & Fire Chiefs disagree over proposed budget cuts - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJour
I don't see why not. Those very same elected officials (at the state level, anyway) seem to think it's perfectly acceptable to renege on established contracts when they decide it cost too much to honor the commitment. Good for the goose, right? (BTW, this isn't an issue of whether you support unions or not. Even if you hate them and think they screwed everyone over with their contracts,…

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On Thursday at 2:40 p.m., Agents from West Central Illlinois Task Force, Illinois State Police Meth Response Team and the Adams County Sheriff’s Department went to 915 Lind after receiving a tip of possible meth related activity.

While speaking to an occupant of the residence, officers observed items used in the manufacture of meth.  After seizing the items, officers received consent to search the residence.  A search of the residence revealed numerous items used in the manufacture of meth and evidence of at least three meth cooks.  In addition to the lab, agents located Meth Precursors, Drug Paraphernalia, Meth Manufacturing Materials, and a small amount of Finished Meth and Cannabis.  The Quincy Animal Control Officer was called to the scene to remove two cats and one dog.

 

Subject Arrested 1:     Jesse R. Bridgeman, 915 Lind, Quincy  Age: 27             

Subject Charged With:

(1)   Participation Meth Manufacturing

(2)   Possession Of Meth Manufacturing Material

(3)   Possession Of Meth Manufacturing Waste      

 

 

 

 

Subject Arrested 2:            Marsha J. Baker, 120 South East, Hull Age: 28                     

Subject Charged With:

(1)   Participation Meth Manufacturing

(2)   Possession Of Meth Manufacturing Material

(3)   Possession Of Meth Manufacturing Waste

                                               

Subject Arrested 3            Jessica D. Bowman, 915 Lind, Quincy Age: 22                                        

Subject Charged With:

(1)   Participation Meth Manufacturing

(2)   Possession Of Meth Manufacturing Material

(3)   Possession Of Meth Manufacturing Waste

 

Subject Arrested 4:               Lucas R. Powell, 915 Lind, Quincy Age: 23

Subject Charged With:

(1)   Possession Of Cannabis

(2)   Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia

Subject Arrested 5:              Erika L. Rost, 638 Meadow Circle Drive, Quincy Age: 18

 Subject Charged With:

(1)   Possession Of Cannabis

(2)   Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia

Bridgeman, Bowman and Baker were lodged at the Adams Co. Jail.  Powell and Rost were released pending a court date.

The West Central Task Force is comprised of officers from the Illinois State Police, Quincy Police Department, Adams County Sheriff’s Department, Brown County Sheriff’s Department, and the Pike County Sheriff’s Department. 


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