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AYHSMB - Lovelace\'s first court appearance tentatively scheduled - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
1st Degree Murder ONLY carries a sentence of 20 to 60?
qfingers - Quincy Police Blotter for August 27, 2014 - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
You know if only you had to check a box on your insurance that says "I will wear a seat belt" and if you ever get caught without it your insurance would be canceled. Or, if you want, don't check it and let the actuarial numbers determine what you pay. Then I'd agree with you that they could get rid of the law. But when your stupidity trots on what I have pay for insurance I think making…
convoy32 - City of Quincy looking to buy new garbage and recycle fleet - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Already checked city cant be sued its a city ordinance period! Just because we a havnt enforced it doesnt mean we cant if we decide to!
qfingers - Committee sends new garbage and recycle trucks plan to Quincy City Council - Quincy, IL News - Quinc
If the city knew anything about your electric bill that could be a consideration....but they don't. You only get two bills from the city...taxes....which pays for pensions....and your water bill. Most places have a flat charge for trash. That's "unfair" according to a lot of people since they think that how much trash you throw out is the biggest factor...even though getting the truck to…
convoy32 - City of Quincy looking to buy new garbage and recycle fleet - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
What change are you refering to in my proposal ,increase in sticker price or enforcing ord. Niether is much change at all ,i dont think you understand much about this anyway with some of your ideas ive heard you come up with are you an alderman or the mayor? You sure sound like one

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NE MO Transportation Priorities List Finalized

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1 month, 2 weeks ago by Scott Hardy

MO Voters to decide Amendment 7 Aug 5th

A new bridge at U.S. 54 over the Mississippi River at Louisiana and raising the road at U.S. 61 near Alexandria are two Missouri transportation projects that could be constructed within the next 10 years, depending on the outcome of Constitutional Amendment 7 to be voted on Aug. 5.  These are only a few of the projects identified on a regional project list which was developed with significant input and reflects the needs of the Northeast Region. "This list reflects the priorities of the long-range transportation plan which include take care of the system, safety, economic development and other transportation choices," said MoDOT NE District Engineer Paula Gough.

The statewide list includes $4.8 billion in transportation projects. While a significant amount of work focuses on Missouri's roads and bridges, it also incorporates other modes of transportation.

"Some of the key accomplishments are addressing 41 deficient bridges, including replacing the Champ Clark Bridge over the Mississippi River at Louisiana, resurfacing more than 800 miles of roadways, and begin construction on a shared four-lane on U.S. 54," Gough said.  "This list also includes upgrading the interchange of Route 47 at US 61 in Troy and making several intersection improvements," she added.  "We also have some funding allocated for OATS and other modes of transportation," she said. Ultimately, the delivery of projects outlined in this priorities list will go a long way toward fixing roads and bridges and improving transportation. The end result of this work would affect Missourians in every region the state and help meet the goals set forth in last year's long range transportation plan.

Within the northeast region, the following projects are just a few that are included to be completed within 10 years should Constitutional Amendment 7 pass:

••         Champ Clark Bridge at U.S. 54 over Mississippi River in Louisiana (contingent on funding from Illinois)

••         Raising U.S. 61 near Alexandria to reduce and possibly eliminate road closures due to flooding

••         Shared four-lane between Mexico and Scott's Corner at MO 19/US 54

••         An upgraded interchange at U.S. 61/MO 47 in Troy

••         A new interchange at U.S. 61/MO 6 in Kirksville

••         Safety improvements including several intersections located near schools

••         841 miles of resurfacing, which includes 116 miles of shoulders

••         43 bridge replacements or improvements

The northeast district transportation improvement list and information about the amendment are available at www.modot.org/movingforward. View projects by district by clicking on the online map showing each MoDOT region.

On Aug. 5, Missouri voters will decide on Amendment 7, a ballot measure to temporarily raise Missouri's sales tax by ¾ of a cent. All proceeds from the 10-year tax would go toward much-needed transportation improvements across the state. The amendment's provisions include the creation of a project list prior to the election so Missourians can see what their tax dollars would fund.


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