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1950Brutus - REBEL MEDIA: Bush v. Clinton...yawn - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
I think Carl is on his last legs and will be gone - none too soon. As for Dick M - finding out why he got ousted falls in the category of looking a gift weasel in the mouth. I will take this opportunity to repeat my creed - there is no such thing as a wasted vote if you vote for what you believe in.
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So, those of using private haulers, who have been subsidizing garbage pick up for years for those who chose to use stickers, now get to pay even more? This isn't going to end well for the Kyle administration.
Givemeliberty - REBEL MEDIA: Bush v. Clinton...yawn - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Been saying this for a couple years now, and I really heard about it last election cycle because I voted for Grimm instead of one of our two Chicago choices. Keep the faith, we're never gonna get a good candidate untill we start to peel off the "I voted for the lesser of two evils" cowards, and get them on our side. I always wondered why Dick Morris lost his job at FOX (as he should have)…
1950Brutus - \'Interview\' pulled after threat; U.S. says North Korea behind Sony hack - Quincy, IL News - Quincy
I decided to hold off prejudging the movie as "crap" but if I was betting money I would bet it is crap. Only thing that could save it "gratuitous nudity".
Givemeliberty - Mayor Moore talks garbage...again - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
I have been thinking the same thing, is there a $1000 tax in the works for UPS, FedEx and DHL? Maybe the Federal Government should take a page out of this administrations play book and levy a tax on their competitors trucks. and I am with you on the list of customers, that seems to be serious overreach on the part of any government. The s**t storm of the city rejecting privatization just keeps…

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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA

October 1, 2012

(Final Agenda)

7:30 p.m.

PETITIONS

Wards

3,4,7

TNT Action Sports and River Roads HOG Chapter requesting permission to hold the 2012 Salvation Army Toy Run on Saturday, November 17th at 10:00 a.m. starting at 52nd and Oak, going west to 48th St., south to Maine, west to 5th St, and north on 5th St. to Vermont and west on Vermont to the Salvation Army Kroc Center parking lot.

By Good Samaritan Home requesting permission to conduct a raffle and have the bond requirement waived from now thru 11/14/12.  The City Clerk recommends approval of the permit.

All

Wards

A revocable permit application for encroachment of City right-of-way by Tiffany Frericks requesting permission to place 12 signs on City right-of-way at various intersections throughout Quincy from 10/2/12 to 10/22/12 promoting "Cadan's Carnival".  The City Engineer presents this request subject to four conditions.

MONTHLY REPORTS

PUBLIC FORUM

PROCLAMATIONS

Month of October as "Illinois Arts And Humanities Month"; October 5th as "Manufacturing Day"; and October 6th as "German-American Day"

RESOLUTIONS

Chief of Police, Police Aldermanic Committee and Director of Purchasing recommending that the normal bidding requirements be waived and the single source quote from Laser Shot in the amount of $8,606.50 be accepted for the firearms training equipment.

Chief of Police, Police Aldermanic Committee and Director of Purchasing recommending that the Quincy Police Department be granted authority to transfer one-half of the JAG grant funds in the amount of $8,605 to the Adams County Sheriffs Dept.

Chief of Police, Director of Purchasing and Police Aldermanic Committee recommending approval to purchase two extended warranties from Shottenkirk Chevrolet in the amount of $5,960.

Ward

7

Interim Director of Purchasing recommending the proposals sought for HVAC upgrades and gas piping services for the Washington Theater facility be rejected due to exceeding budgeted amount.

ORDINANCE

Second presentation...

Ward

3

An Ordinance Granting A Special Use Permit For A Planned Development. (823 N. 54th and 901 N. 54th St. for a cleaning and disaster restoration business.)

REPORT OF FINANCE COMMITTEE


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