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Stupid_Dems - Committee prepares to hear Garbage and Recycling pitch - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Just wondering how far $5.5 million that was wasted on hydro by the last administration on the garbage issue??
Bdizzil - Committee prepares to hear Garbage and Recycling pitch - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
when this started back in October of last year the city government claimed there was no money to support new equipment But now the money is there can anybody help with this (confused)
Stupid_Dems - Committee prepares to hear Garbage and Recycling pitch - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Really? Which alderman are you? The aldermen have screwed this over big time. The mayor has brought hew innovative ideas to the council for them to review and they are so worried about their health insurance they can't do anything. I'm waiting for one of the aldermen to bring forth a fix for the garbage situation...... crickets.......
ONCEMORE1 - Committee prepares to hear Garbage and Recycling pitch - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Ah, the liberal comic Al Franken wannabe is back..................
CordellWalker - Committee prepares to hear Garbage and Recycling pitch - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Always making excuses for Moore, Wrongy1. How are we not sure you are Kyle himself?

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Quincy police release January traffic enforcement numbers

1 year, 6 months ago by Bryan Nichols

There were 103 accidents last month

The Quincy Police Department has released its traffic enforcement numbers for January.

There were a total of 106 accidents in January. That's three less than in January of 2012.

Of those, 13 were injury accidents with 18 total injuries.

Most of the accidents occurred on a Friday during the day on dry pavement.

Fifty people were arrested for speeding and three were arrested for DUI.

Intersections with the most accident in January included 24th and Broadway and 3rd and Broadway. Each had three accidents.

 


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