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jannie122 - Updated: Illinois Tobacco Quitline closes amid grant suspensions - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.c
I am surprised that this money could be used for something else as I thought it was received by states from the Cigeratte companies in a class action court settlement of money for the states to use to encourage people to stop smoking or to encourage people to not smoke.
jannie122 - Study: EPA Global Warming Rule To Kill Nearly 300,000 Jobs - Quincy, IL News -
Not only should we be concerned about the jobs, we should also be concerned about the unreliable nature of "green" energy. The money we (government) have given away to solar and wind we could have "given" in the form of subsidies to develop scrubbers on coal plants. Coal, cheap, efficient, and abundant. With all of the green energy we will see our electric bills raise - all one has to do is look to…
UJacks1 - Walden to retire - Quincy, IL News -
May I be so bold to nominate Barack O'bama ? Illinoisian, experienced lawyer, liberal to the max.
UrKidsWillPay - Local 63 approves contract - Quincy, IL News -
Okay fine, have it your way. Instead of offering them a pay cut a another five years with the golden goose I would just stop all negotiations with them and sim
at_ease - Local 63 approves contract - Quincy, IL News -
WarCry- I believe that the city had the opportunity a year ago to give the firefighters a much lower pay increase and voted it down. If money is the real issue here why would they now give them such a good contract. Also, is it fair to close one station to save money? Shouldn't the people in that area be the ones to receive the tax break since they won't have the service any more? "By…

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QPD Blotter for 12/13/12

2 years, 4 months ago by Bob Gough

Linda S. Musolino, 1225 S. 18th for Improper lane Usage at 30th & Maine on 12/10/12 at 0758 hrs.  Musolino was released on NTA. 

Jenalee A. Chatfield, 325 N. 22nd for Vandalism at 1201 N. 4th on 12/09/12 at 1622 hrs.  Chatfield was released on NTA. 

Michael L. Tunis, Camp Point, IL for Failure to Reduce Speed / Accident at 18th & Broadway on 12/10/12 at 1442 hrs.  Tunis was released on NTA. 

Clyde D. Boernson Jr., 900 N. 150th Ave, Quincy for No Valid Drivers License at 6th & State on 12/11/12 at 0845 hrs.  Boernson was released on NTA. 

Gina L. Wolf, 1317 Leann Ct. for Failure to Reduce Speed / Accident at 34th 7 Broadway on 12/11/12 at 1714 hrs.  Wolf was released on NTA

Angie M. Hodges, 514 VanBuren for Failure to Reduce Speed / Accident at 34th & Broadway on 12/11/12 at 1714 hrs.  Hodges was released on NTA

Anthony D. Bell, Homeless on a City of Quincy warrant for FTA-Interfering W/ Police at 521 Vermont on 12/12/12 at 1151 hrs.  Bell was lodged. 

Heather L. Bockenfeld, 38, 8317 White Oak Rd., for Disobeying a Stop Light at 12th Vermont at 1930 hrs of 12/11/12.  Released on dl

Bryonte N. Lewis, 26, 624 S. 17th, for Retail Theft at Walmart, 5211 Broadway, at 0411 hrs of 12/01/12.  Released on NTA

Vincent A. Vernowsky (20) of 304 Hwy 57, was arrested for operating an uninsured vehicle at 12th and Chestnut on 12/11/12. -

Buffy N. Burbridge, 19, and Alissa R. Michalak, 23, both of 510 State, Griggsville, IL., for Retail Theft at Walmart, 5211 Broadway, at 1336 hrs of 12/11/12.  Each was lodged in the Adams Co. Jail. 

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