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quincymike - Practice of end-of-career teacher salary bumps being scrutinized - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.c
"The Hinsdale teachers’ union is willing to reduce end-of-career raises to 3 percent over each of four years." Why should the Unions have anything at all to say about end-of-career raises? That practice should be illegal, period. Pensions on the whole should NOT be based on end of career salary! They should be based on the SSI formula, and thus we would not even be having this discussion. This is…
quincymike - Iowa company pitches Newcomb development proposal - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Hobart wants Everything from Quincy! Hobart in reality is giving nothing to Quincy! They get the lot for $1 and the city writes it off. Maybe in 10 years Quincy may get something out of the deal. I doubt it. There will be a lot of $'s on the table to make up. It sounds like a very sweet deal for the developer, especially in 10 years when they sell! Quincy to provide $1.8 million in equity? Have…
ShanellH - Quincy Police Blotter for September 30, 2014 - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
The things they worry about and the things they should Be worried about how are you suppose to move a, parked car without starting it.
qfingers - Practice of end-of-career teacher salary bumps being scrutinized - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.c
As much as pay-for-performance sounds good I believe that only works if the teacher goes with the students from grade-to-grade. One year of being dealt a random deck of kids is, I believe, impossible to compare between teachers. Why can't a grade school teacher go from grade to grade with their class? Why can't a middle school English/Math teacher go from grade to grade?
UrKidsWillPay - Iowa company pitches Newcomb development proposal - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Also please explain what benefits this brings to quincy as a whole not just to the downtown. Those people renting those apartments aren't going to move quincy il just because there are new apartments available on 3rd & Maine those people already live here shop here and pay sales taxes here so the city gains nothing from them. The retail space MIGHT bring a couple of jobs and incremental sales…

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2 years ago by Bob Gough

On Wednesday at 11:00 p.m., the Adams County Sheriffs Office, the Quincy Police Department, and the Illinois State Police assisted the West Central Illinois Task Force with the service of a search warrant at 1238 N. 26th Street in Quincy.  The warrant was served as part of an on going methamphetamine investigation.

 Master Sergeant Patrick Frazier with the task force reports that agents seized an active shake and bake methamphetamine laboratory, methamphetamine, and numerous components used in the production process.  

Bradley N. Nieders, 31, was taken into custody while in the process of manufacturing methamphetamine in the garage.  Nieders was arrested for Unlawful Participation in the Production of Methamphetamine.  

Also arrested during the service of the warrant was another resident of that address, Amber K. L. Barger,  26.  Barger was arrested on the charge of Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine.  Both subjects were lodged in the Adams County Jail.  

The Illinois State Police Meth Response Team responded to the scene to dispose of the hazardous materials.  Two children that were present in the residence were turned over to a family member. Agents reported the incident to the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services and an investigation will be initiated.


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