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AYHSMB - Firefighters and Bus Drivers contracts to go to City Council - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Really? HuhWhy, is it a big loss? My guess he is leaving before his job is consolidated with another position, and he will actually have something to do for eight hours each day. Good grief. What does it take to do that job?
yesqcy - Voter rights, crime victim rights amendments set for fall ballot so far - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJo
Before you answer that we all know the answer is no. But that's where us collectively are failing and the politicians are laughing all the way to the bank. Its hard to find the honest ones, but believe it or not they exist. But too many of us aren't open minded enough to give credit across the isle. Wake up people!
yesqcy - Voter rights, crime victim rights amendments set for fall ballot so far - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJo
Oh, I guess since it wasn't mentioned in your comment, 100% of your numbers all voted one particular party too right? I'll assume they all pulled the D handle?
yesqcy - Voter rights, crime victim rights amendments set for fall ballot so far - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJo
At least Illinos doesn't lead the country in everything!
yesqcy - Firefighters and Bus Drivers contracts to go to City Council - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Wow that's the second big vote that one of Moores men were absent. That contact may not have passed otherwise. Well, I guess if Moore voted affirmative so would have Hobrook. At least they get paid for not being there to make the tough decisions and vote.

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Mari N. Boone, 65, of 608 Adams for Improper Lane Usage at 8th & Broadway on 04-11-13 @ 1509 hours. Released on NTA.  -

Jermaine D. Walker (35) of 1711 No. 17th was arrested for driving while license suspended at 6th and Payson on 4/12/13.

Tevin T. Johnson 22 of 634 Lind for possession of cannabis at 625 Maine on 04-07. 

Micah S. Milsap 20 of 644 Harrison Drive for fighting at 906 N. 8th on 04-07. 

Candace D. Quattlebaum 30 of 1033 Ohio for stop sign violation at 11, 6 and 4/State on 04-11. 

Donald E. Strieker 52 of 931 1/2 N. 4th for speeding at 15/Broadway on 04-11.

Jessy L. Carter 52 homeless for violation order of protection at 522 S. 7th on 04-11. 

Michael C. Roberts 38 of 133 S. 4th #219 for FTA - peace disturbance on 04-11. 

Brandon J. Lewis 18 of 222 Lind for FTA - burglary on 04-11.

Kathie J. Palmer 44 of Loraine for FTA - seat belt on 04-11. 

Torace L. Douglas 40 of 1506 Chestnut for uninsured vehicle and expired registration at 8/Kentucky on 04-10.

Linda A. Brier, 20, of 823 Lind for DUI, No Valid Drivers License, Leaving the Scene of an Accident, and Reckless Driving at 15th and Broadway on 4/4/13 at 1508hrs.  Brier was released on a Notice to         Appear. 

Dreshawn L Steele 23, of Quincy for driving suspended and uninsured vehicle and Cleora Pezman 84, of Quincy for disobeying stop sign at 8th/Cherry on 4/9. 

Benjamin Nelson 30, of Quincy for improper use of registration at 8th/Broadway on 4/11. 

Gregory Fisk 57, of Quincy for failure to stop at stop sign on 4/11. 

Debra Wienhoff 55, of IA for no valid registration and uninsured vehicle at 8th/Locust on 4/11. 

Brittanica Young 24, of Quincy for driving while suspended at 18th/Harrison on 4/11. 

William T. Palmer, 47, of 2181 N. Main Street Decatur IL, for Retail Theft at Kohl's 6100 Broadway on 4/9/13 at 1400 hours.  Palmer was released on Cash bond. 

Jerry M. Bollin, 59, of 1215 Peachtree Lane for Speeding in a School Zone with Children Present at 32nd and Maine on 4/8/13 at 0720hrs. Bollin was released on a Notice to Appear. 

Juwan A. Wallace, 20, 712 N. 4th Street, for No Valid registration, operating uninsured motor vehicle, DUI, and Illegal consumption of Alcohol by a minor at 9th and Chestnut on 4/11/13 at 1847hrs. Wallace was lodged on the above charges as well as two outstanding Adams County warrants.  

Bonnie J Frederick 85, of Quincy for improper lane usage at 630 State on 4/9.

Dalonte M Ball 18, Lakisha M Johnson 36, Isaiah A Johnson 21 and Suatara S White 19, all of Quincy, for fighting at 5th/Chestnut on 4/9. 


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