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pjohnf - Adams County Board to vote on quarter cent sales tax to build jail - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal
Yes another need may arise but the sunset must be in it. We have to pay for some things, like a county jail, when they're needed and a new jail is needed. Good grief don't you think you should pay for something, there's no money fairy out there to pay for things a community needs from time to time?
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WarCry - Adams County Board to vote on quarter cent sales tax to build jail - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal
If that's the way you interpret the statement then, frankly, you're an idiot. Look at all the stories about arrests for meth busts, over and over again, the same names. They don't give them more jail time partially because they don't have anywhere to put them. The crimes don't rise to the level of state prison, and we have no room at the county level. You think it's…
Snarky_2 - Adams County Board to vote on quarter cent sales tax to build jail - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal
Build it on the current parking lot for the court house. No Transportation needed. ... Property already owned... build an underground parking lot to allow for safer transport of prisoners rather than the back door the sheriff referenced and the elevator they would have to use to get people up to the court room, they could design a better and larger elevator with a cage to keep staff save from drunk…
ReardenShrugged - Adams County Board to vote on quarter cent sales tax to build jail - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal
The way I interpret "our jail no longer meets modern day needs" is "we need a new jail so we can further grow the incarcerated population, our police force, and government power while shrinking everyone's liberty and taxpayer pocket books." We may need a new jail just due to the age and safety but it shouldn't be any larger than the current one since our county population hasn't grown,…

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Rebecca Winters 43, of Quincy for speeding at 36th/Lindell on 3/6.

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Sarah Hibbs 34, of Quincy for speeding at 36th/Lindell on 3/6.

William G. Brewer 28, of 1410 No. 6th was arrested for Aggravated DUI and Driving While Revoked at 12th and Oak on 3/5/13. He was lodged in the Adam's County Jail.

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Melissa A Cline, 31, 220 N 16th, for operating an uninsured vehicle at 16th and Vermont on 03/06 at 2351 hrs.

Michael R Maas, 33, 2824 Payson Rd, for operating an uninsured vehicle on 24th and Harrison on 03/07 at 0029 hrs. NTA

Trenton W Schluter, 41, 3226 S. 36th St for operating an uninsured vehicle at 15th and State on 03/03 at 1946 hrs. NTA

Lauren B Powers, 18, 1335 N 10th, for speeding at 200 Block of S 36th St on 03/06 at 2032 hrs. DL

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Taylor A Nord, 22, 4918 W St. Anthony Rd, for operating uninsured vehicle at 36th and Broadway on 03/06. DL

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