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pjohnf - Why won’t Illinois lawmakers reform their own pensions? - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Why won't Illinois politicians reform their own pensions? That's a good question. They're eager to blame state employees and other government workers for Illinois's budget problems, yet they ignore their own bankrupt pension system, while the tax payers pay year after year to keep politicians in their Cadillac pensions. If Illinois pension reform is to happen then the corrupt politicians…
pjohnf - Madigan files, passes bill to nix lawmaker pay raises after blocking similar bill for weeks - Quincy
Madigan's bill was nothing more political grand standing and was designed to fool the foolish. He thinks the public is stupid, especially his supporters, but anybody with a brain can see through his subterfuge. Madigan and his co-conspirator Cullerton passed a continuing appropriation last year in the hopes of hiding the annual raises from the tax payers and not requiring a vote by the corrupt…
pjohnf - Jewish Democrats give John Kerry earful on Iran deal - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
He warned that walking away from the deal would isolate the United States from its international allies and Iran’s countdown to nuclear weapons “starts tomorrow.” Duh, our allies don't trust us anyway and our enemies don't fear us so what's to lose if we reject this bad deal? The countdown to Iran getting a nuclear bomb started a long time ago, Lurch. And Lurch actually said this, "“I…
Givemeliberty - Trash burner has residents seeing red - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Government--Do as I say not as I do.
db1998 - Man jumps off Bayview Bridge - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
yes - weeks ago now. Like 7-3-2015? the one downtown It was a 69 yr old man, and there was no 69 yr man obit in the paper for 2 weeks after.

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Quincy streets closing for resurfacing

2 years, 9 months ago by Denise Donley

R.L. Brink Construction will begin to mill and resurface streets

R.L Brink Construction will begin to mill and resurface various streets throughout the City of Quincy.

Beginning this week and for the next six weeks, weather permitting, streets will be resurfaced as part of the 2012 MFT Asphalt Maintenance Program.

Streets include:

1.       Spring Street, 6th to 8th
2.       Maple Street, 12th to 13th
3.       North 16th Street, Chestnut to Spruce
4.       North 17th Street, Lind Chestnut
5.       Biscayne, 36th to Hamilton Avenue
6.       Ruby Court, Biscayne to Cul-De-Sac
7.       Sherwood Drive, Biscayne to Columbus Road
8.       Jersey Street, 18th to 20th
9.       Monroe Street, 20th to 22nd
10.   St. Charles Drive, Gerard Avenue to 12th
11.   Spring Street, 12th to 14th
12.   South 12th Street, Payson to Ohio

Motorists are asked to drive carefully near the construction work zone and to use an alternate travel route during this time.


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