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qfingers - QPS Board approves higher 2014 tax levy - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
I do believe Bud has sworn to vote no on all expenditures until QPS does a forensic audit. I seem to remember reading that before... http://www.qps.org/files/board/Minutes_201011/042...
UrKidsWillPay - QPS Board approves higher 2014 tax levy - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
His supporters also don't see the people who whisper in his ear all the time. He is being used by some people who have an ax to grind against the school district but don't have the stones to run for the board or publicly press their vendettas. You almost have to have pity on the man. In the south, everything they would say about a guy like Bud would be prefaced or followed by "Bless his…
qfingers - Adams County Board to vote on quarter cent sales tax to build jail - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal
Here's some math for you just for fun...just building costs...not operating costs. New jail $37M -- apparently they last about 65 years. # of inmates ~84 Cost per year $569,231 Cost per inmate per year $6,777 Cost per inmate per day $18.57 Cost per person per year for Adams County population -- $8.47
Quincyan2 - QPS Board approves higher 2014 tax levy - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Bud is incapable of understanding most of the issues, so he feels it is best to abstain or vote no. I don't think there is much rational to his actions other than he gets a pat on the back from the folks that support him. I don't think he has brought forth a solution or innovative idea in years, he just fills the chair. Frankly its sad to watch him during the meetings, but his supporters…
Snarky_2 - Adams County Board to vote on quarter cent sales tax to build jail - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal
In the underground parking lot or in the city lot on 5th and Vermont or somewhere else and transport staff who are not a threat to anyone.

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1 year, 11 months ago by Denise Donley

Criminal stories in 2012 that made headlines

Quincy Police are ending the year trying to find the person responsible for the death of a woman whose body was found dead following an October fire.

The body of Nancy Streitmatter was found by firefighters following a fire at a woodworking business at 219 Oak. Autopsy results showed Streitmatter died of a head injury. Follow this link for more.

A Quincy man awaits a trial after being accused of shooting two men at a biker hangout in Liberty.
Michaelangelo Gomez was arrested following the October 27 shooting at the Midwest Percenter’s Club in Liberty. Two men, Robert Morrell of Hannibal and Timothy Jackson of Roodhouse, were shot at the Club, then treated and released from Blessing Hospital.
Gomez is accused of shooting the two men and faces two attempted first degree murder charges, two counts of aggravated battery with a firearm, aggravated discharge of a firearm and unlawful use of a weapon.  Gomez was indicted by an Adams County grand jury on November 15. Click here for the story.

A Quincy man lost his law license and pleaded guilty to stealing money from his clients.
Devin Cashman was named in a complaint last year with the Illinois Attorney Registration and Discipline Commission that alleges he used client funds without permission for personal use. Cashman pled guilty to two counts of Theft over $500 - both Class 3 felonies. He avoided jail time and was sentenced to two years of conditional discharge, fined $3,000 and must perform 500 hours of community service.
He was disbarred by the Illinois Supreme Court. Click here for testimony.

And law enforcement continues to deal with the scourge of meth as the arrests piled up throughout 2012. We don’t have the time to mention the names of all those who were arrested for manufacturing and selling the drug and, unfortunately, we don’t know the true impact of what this deadly substance is doing to our community, but we can tell you that we had more than 100 stories over the past year that dealt with methamphetamine-related crimes.


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