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UrKidsWillPay - Quincy Fire Station #6 set to shut down - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Where in all of that do you see any cost savings? You still have the city paid and employed people with their pensions. On top of that. The police in general mAke more than firemen meaning you likely would increase payroll costs. You still have all the buildings and all the equipment. About the only obvious savings i see is not paying for fire men's meals
Stupid_Dems - Suspect identified in shooting at Mohammed cartoon contest - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Poor Elton! Wonder what he thinks if those72 virgins?
1950Brutus - Rauner agency privatization idea raises oversight concerns - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
It appears the privatization plan isn't going far enough - the politicians would still have there hands in it which is why there are concerns about transparency and oversight. IL wouldn't grade out real well on these points either.
1950Brutus - Did Tesla Just Kill Nuclear Power? - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Maybe this time we can get the government of of this process and let the free market determine where we go from here. Government subsidies seem to the kiss of death of death for any of these projects. In my opinion government is filled with bureaucrats - by definition not people who are known for being innovative, forward thinking people - lean more towards the anal-retentive side of the scale.
XBgCty - Quincy Fire Station #6 set to shut down - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
You want a real radical idea, and utilize manpower correctly, get rid of the fire department, fold them into the police department, and call them Public Safety Officers. Have 1 or 2 super "fire" houses to keep the fire trucks. Cross train both agencies, and put them all in police cars. Leave drivers for each piece of fire equipment, and they would work the same shifts as the "police". Have enough fire…

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Grant R. James, 24, of Hannibal for DUI, uninsured and no seat belt at 63/Broadway on 02-14. 

Leslie S. Dean, 44, of 3100 State H44 for DUI, possession drug paraphernalia and cannabis and improper lane usage at 20/Lind on 02-10. 

Daniel R. Patterson, 27, of 525 Jefferson for DUI, illegal lane usage and resisting a peace officer at 520 N. 16th on 02-14. 

Bradney W. Willner, 55, homeless for VOP at 701 Hampshire on 02-06. 

Brandon Lee Neisen, 23, of 3315 Chapel Valley Drive for speeding and improper lane usage at 18/Maine on 02-15. 

Andrew S. Briney, 23, of 1033 Kentucky for improper driving at 12/State on 02-14. 

Lisa J. Miller, 47, of 1001 N. 5th for no valid license at 5/Chestnut on 02-14. 

Kasey F. Dierking, 34, of 4816 N. 24 and Joseph L. Shuck 28 of Hannibal for fighting at 625 Maine on 02-10. 

Terrell W. Bell, 40, of 309 Chestnut for DWLS at 3/Chestnut on 02-13. 

Julie L. Montoya, 48, homeless for cheating at 1228 Horne St.on 02-08. 

Brooksany N. Koeber, 20, of 2842 Hampshire for DWLS at 4/College on 02-14. 

Rebecca L. Wilson, 21, 16710 S. Lockwood, Tinley Park IL 60477, Failure to Yield Right of Way-Private Drive/Alley at 18th and Broadway. Released on DL

Amanda Miller, 24, of Quincy for operating uninsured vehicle at 18th/Broadway on 2/14. 

Randy Day, 60, of Quincy for failure to yield at 36th/Orchard on 2/14. 

Charles Baxley, 25, 2634 Curved Ck Rd, arrested on 2-11 speeding,failure to notify sec.state change of address,operating uninsured vehicle released  D/L

Donna Crawford, 64, 528 No 8th,arrest on 2-11 speeding in school zone nta

Michael Troup, 27, 3031 Acadia Way,arrest on 2-6,Passing School Bus While Loading nta

Sara Fuhrman, 35, 2301 So 33rd,arrest speeding on 2-11  nta

Christopher Romo, 20,1411 No 5th,arrested on 1-12 at 3 Elm,failure to wear seatbelt,DWLS,Resisting/Obstruct Police Officer posted cash bond

Sherry DeHaven of Loraine reports a vacant residence at 1435 N 5th has been entered several times since December.

Shalia R. Johnson, 40, 709 Oakland Ave, reports her Samsung Galaxy Player was lost or stolen while at El Rancherito. No Suspects

Allyson M. Becker, 20, 1810 Lind QU Hawk Hangout, reported that her 7th generation purple Apple Ipod Nano was stolen from her back pack between 1400 and 2100 hours on 2-13-13. No suspects.

Adeline M. Sander, 85, 423 N. 29th, reported a large 2 foot tall stuffed bear was taken from her front porch between 2-11-13 and 2-12-13. No suspects.

Robert of Oberling Used Cars, 2731 N 13th reports two fog lights with yellow smiley faces were stolen off a vehicle between 2/10 and 2/12.


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