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ONCEMORE1 - QPD Blotter for April 25, 2015 - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Your hyperbole aside, your comparison is hardly apt. A zoning violation pales next to your felonious examples. But for the sake of argument, if you would comprehend my comment, you would see I did not question the validity of the law involved, only what it means to me. I prefer to choose my battles and this is one that does not apply to me. I do not know the parties invoved, their actions…
yesqcy - Council adopts budget by 8-6 vote - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
I agree, however makes the cuts when necessary not anticipated. And make them elsewhere not public safety. Better yet, no cuts and raise your revenue stream
WarCry - Council adopts budget by 8-6 vote - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Since you continue to (falsely) claim that there won't be any revenue shortages, I'm going to continue to show that you're wrong. If you don't like the quote from the article here on Quincy Journal, try this one from February 18th on WGEM: "In his first budget address Wednesday, Governor Bruce Rauner said municipalities will face cuts. Governor Rauner proposed cutting local…
Sv3 - Council adopts budget by 8-6 vote - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
There isn't anything stopping them from revisiting the trash debacle. And the world is truly coming to an end... I agree with Warcry, and now must up vote him. Ugh...
WmMunny - Council adopts budget by 8-6 vote - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Some financial professionals recommend folks have in savings either 6 months income or an amount equal to 6 months of debt. If this city was run the same way we'd have $15.9 million in reserves. Of course then the liberals would be screaming spend ... Spend .... SPEND!

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10 months, 3 weeks ago by Bob Gough

Pike County State’s Attorney Carrie Boyd has resigned, according to Pike County Board Chairman Andy Borrowman.
 
Just last month, Boyd charged the Pike County Sheriff Paul Petty with official misconduct. Petty is accused of not getting evidence through blood samples before embalming the body of Shanda M. Lopez of Milton following her death.
 
Petty is the county's coroner as well as sheriff. He is scheduled to be in court today to face the charges.
 
Borrowman told KHQA News that that Boyd resigned via voice mail and cited personal reasons. He will meet with Chief Judge Diane Lagoski to decide how to proceed with the case. 

The County Board will now have to meet to appoint a replacement from the Democratic party and a special primary will need to be held before the November general election. 


 

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