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migraine_in_qcy - Jail Committee to draft ¼ per cent sales tax ballot resolution - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJour
Make it big enough to house all our criminals instead of releasing and re-arresting them. It's probably cheaper to keep them in a jail than what it costs to support them while they're out committing more crimes.
migraine_in_qcy - Jail Committee to draft ¼ per cent sales tax ballot resolution - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJour
I love the thumbs-down without a dissenting comment. "I disagree completely with what you just said, but I have no idea why and can't formulate an argument in response!"
migraine_in_qcy - Jail Committee to draft ¼ per cent sales tax ballot resolution - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJour
Gee, why not round it up up 10%, easier yet to calculate how much money is being taken to be pissed away by our "leaders".
1950Brutus - REBEL MEDIA: Dick is here to make it all better - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Nothing here suggested to me that he wants to change "majority rules". But majority rules doesn't preclude "minority complaining". Even though it may be "getting old" to you it won't be changing anytime in the near future. Dem bashing is one of my favorite past times - so much material to work with.
jannie122 - Jail Committee to draft ¼ per cent sales tax ballot resolution - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJour
I really don't care - since I think the sales tax in total is 7-3/4 --- I often wonder where that 3/4 of a cent goes :) would at least make it 8% and easier to figure.

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Dr. Robert Moss and Dr. Kevin Ballard now have offices at 731 Maine

Dr. Robert Moss of Moss Hearing Center has merged his practice with Dr. Kevin Ballard and Quincy Audiology.  Patients of Dr. Moss and Dr. Ballard are being seen in their new facility, now open at 731 Maine Street.

Dr. Ballard received his Clinical Doctorate from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry, School of Audiology. He has a special interest in the diagnosis and management of balance disorders and treatment options for the hearing impaired.  He has been in practice since 1991.

A graduate of Southern Illinois University, Dr. Moss was a member of the inaugural class at the Arizona School of Health Sciences, a division of the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine where he received his Doctorate of Audiology (Au. D.)  Dr. Moss served as President of the Illinois Hearing Aid Society and has assisted major hearing technology companies in the development of new products.  He has been in private practice for over 35 years.

Quincy Audiology offers hearing assessments, hearing aid and amplification devices, service, repair and batteries for hearing aids, vestibular assessment for dizziness and imbalance.

Austin Properties purchased the building last year and renovated the property, utilizing the City of Quincy's Revolving Loan fund. Click here for background.


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