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pjohnf - Quincy City Budget hearings and Council meeting - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
I'm not discounting response time but Quincy's fire stations are very well placed and the response times would not be affected that severely. It still boils down to the number of fire fighters who arrive initially on the scene that makes the biggest difference in fire fighting. If you don't have the manpower to do the job when you get there it doesn't matter how much time it takes…
quincymike - Quinn: New controls after Medicaid paid for dead - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
I only have one question: "When asked about the matter Saturday, a spokesman for Quinn's Republican opponent, wealthy businessman Bruce Rauner, " Why do they have to title Bruce Rauner "wealthy"? Why not just "businessman Bruce Rauner" Questionable bias?
yesqcy - Quincy City Budget hearings and Council meeting - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
gfingers~ good points. I'm curious too. You say "they did a lot better than 2.2". Have you learned how much better yet If better at all? If I recall, all the workers too days without pay when asked when the aldermen didn't. That probably should be considered
yesqcy - Quincy City Budget hearings and Council meeting - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Pokdot69~ I'm not sure what "argument" I was making. All I said was wow 1% thanks (as a tax payer I appreciate them holding the line) and how could anyone complain. Now I know though, some people are just unreasonable
yesqcy - Quincy City Budget hearings and Council meeting - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Tdown~ you're obviously in a dead end job, I'm sorry to hear that, but for anyone to think a 1% raise is extravagant is not being realistic. I tried to agree that the cpi should be a good barometer, that and compare the salary to other comparable employees in other comparable towns. If they are out if line then they are out if line. But if not then what's to complain about other than…

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Ronald L. Powell, 43, of 630 N. 6th for Domestic Battery at 606 1/2 N. 7th on 01-11-13 @ 1137 hours. Lodged in the ACJ. 

Bryonte N. Lewis, 26, of 624 So. 17th was arrested for Disorderly Conduct (Filling a false police report) at her residence on 1/11/13.  She was lodged in the Adam's County Jail.

Sharon K. Lord, 50, of 615 Maple was arrested for nuisances (Litter Accumulation) on 1/12/13.

Desiree R. Wieprecht, 22, of 741 So. 16th was arrested for operating uninsured vehilce at 18th and Madison on 1/11/13.

Philip L. Olson, 24, of 2034 Maple was arrested at 11th and Hampshire on 1/12/13 for an outstanding FTA warrant for DWLS.  He was lodged.

Terry A. Stephenson, 40, of #3 Locks and Dam Road, was arrested fora City of Quincy warrant for FTA Fighting and a FTA Small Claims warrant at 124 No. 5th on 01/12/13.  He was lodged in the Adam's County Jail.

Tyler J. Levi, 24, of 623 Harrison was arrested at 8th and Adam's on 1/11/13 for fta warrants for DUI, possession of cannabis, and operating an uninsured vehicle.  He was lodged in the Adam's County Jail.

Levi O. Wiewel, 23, of 1505 Sycamore for Illegal Pedestrian Use of the Roadway on 9th, Maine to Hampshire, on 01-12-13 @ 0247 hours. Released on NTA. 

Scott A. O'Donnell, 41, of 329 1/2 S. 9th for FTA - Possession of Drug Paraphernalia at 801 N. 12th on 01-12-13 @ 1255 hours. Lodged in the ACJ. 

Kimberly L. Gioviannia, 21, of 425 Locust for FTA - Fighting at her residence on 01-12-13 @ 1141 hours. Lodged in the ACJ.

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Tyler J. Levi, of 623 Harrison for Poss of Cannabis at 8th & Adams on 1/11/13 at 1304 hrs.  Levi was released on NTA. 

Vicki D. Bowen, of Barry, IL for Retail Theft at Kohl's, 6100 Broadway on 1/10/13 at 1412 hrs.  Bowen was released on cash bond.

Shelia L. Thomas, of 1302 N. 8th for Fighting at 1302 N. 8th on 1/11/13 at 1241 hrs.  Thomas was released on NTA. 

Dakota L. Damron, of Palmyra, MO for Failure to reduce Speed / Accident at 24th & Broadway on 1/11/13 at 1503 hrs.  Damron was released on PTC. 


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