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Righty1 - Quincy Mayor, Police & Fire Chiefs disagree over proposed budget cuts - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJour
I don't recall you calling for a part time mayor when the previous mayor blew $6 million on Hydro which is exactly what put the city in this predicament.
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And some try to tell us that is just the boomers retiring, but in fact the older folks are working longer, it is the younger folks that are leaning on entitlements more than before.
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This mayor is a poor leader. He thinks he is the smartest one in the room. How can you move an organization in the direction it needs to go when the leader is not competent?
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Another idea that was put forward to try and prevent cuts and/or taxes, presented by the mayor and shot down by (part of) the council. But guess who will be blamed....
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This week in the Quincy Public Schools: Week of Jan. 14

2 years, 3 months ago by Bob Gough

No school for students on Friday

Quincy Public Schools Good News

 

Quincy Public Schools events occurring the week of January 14.

MONDAY, JANUARY 14TH

Ellington Elementary – 8:45 to 11:45am. Center Stage Music and Performing Arts School will be doing drama activities with Ellington 1st grade classes.  Contact Jen Drew (Ellington)  222-5697.  Contact Chenille Saunders (Center Stage)  357-6683.

TUESDAY,  JANUARY 15th

Monroe ElementaryMr. Travis Woodward, a Monroe Elementary parent, is giving his time to showcase some science experiments.  He will be seeing every class for ½ hour.  He is giving his own time, because science is so dear to his heart and he wants to give back to our students and share his love for it.  Contact Julie Stratman, Principal, 223-8871.

Early Childhood and Family Center -  Love and Logic Parenting Class - Parenting Classes will teach techniques to help parents teach their children to be respectful, responsible and fun to be around!   Classes run January 15th thru February 19th on Tuesdays at 9am and 5:30pm.  Contact Vicki Davis,  228-7121.

WEDNESDAY, January 16th

Monroe ElementaryMr. Travis Woodward, a Monroe Elementary parent, is giving his time to showcase some science experiments.  He will be seeing every class for ½ hour.  He is giving his own time, because science is so dear to his heart and he wants to give back to our students and share his love for it.  Contact Julie Stratman, Principal, 223-8871.

Ellington Elementary -  6:45 to 7:30pm.  Ellington PTA Science Night.  QU Professor Dr. Kimberly Hale and her students will lead activities about the brain, the senses, and perception. Contact Anne Cashman, 222-5697.

THURSDAY, January 17th

Quincy Junior High School -  7:15 pm.  Instrumental Ensemble Concert.  Orchestra and band students will perform. Contact Kathi Dooley, 224-3774.

FRIDAY, January 18th

District-Wide – Teacher Institute – No school for students.  Teachers will attend workshops to improve skills. 

 


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