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polkadot76 - Quincy City Budget hearings and Council meeting - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Exactly right. Nothing like adding a bit of drama to bolster your "argument." How can anyone complain? For starters, the bloated budgets of the police and fire departments, and the funding of the generous pensions for those employees, is the primary source of the budget woes that the City is facing. Nothing has really been done to address those issues, save for terminating a few "non-essential"…
topdown - Quincy City Budget hearings and Council meeting - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
That's a bit dramatic, don't you think? What are you suggesting? That if the firefighters didn't get a raise, they were going to walk off the job? Or maybe fight fires at half speed? Because that's the only way that public safety would be jeopardized. With regard to the Consumer Price Index, I agree with polkadot. There are a lot of people out there whose salary hasn't…
qfingers - New Quincy trash system estimated to begin in January 2015 - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
And they had said they were going to buy 2 automated trucks...but the RFP says "an automated garbage truck" which implies one truck. Is that right? http://www.ci.quincy.il.us/bids/garbage-truck
SandyBush - Woman arrested after police find abandoned child - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
I think GuyFawkes10 was referring to the mother.
yesqcy - Quincy City Budget hearings and Council meeting - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Can't afford public safety? That's one of very few things a city its suppose to afford! And the CPI comment on this thread its a very good point and it appears these men and women have taken less than that. How can anyone complain?

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United Community Bank acquires seven Heartland Bank & Trust branches

1 year ago by Bob Gough

Locations include Quincy, Macomb, Colchester, and Bushnell, Illinois and Palmyra, Missouri

United Community Bank, with headquarters in Chatham, Illinois, recently entered into an agreement to acquire 7 banking offices from Heartland Bank and Trust of Bloomington, Illinois.

Office locations include Quincy, Macomb, Colchester, and Bushnell, Illinois and Palmyra, Missouri.

United Community Bank will acquire approximately $188 million in deposits and $84 million in loans. The transaction is subject to regulatory approval and is expected to be completed in October 2013.

“UCB is excited to further expand its presence in the Western Illinois market,” said United Community Bank Chairman Robert Narmont, “We will continue to provide our customers with exceptional service and the latest in traditional and online products. Our lending focus includes home equity and residential mortgages, as well as agricultural and small business term and operating loans.”

“We believe UCB is the perfect choice for these branches because they are also a strong, well-managed community bank, serving markets much like ours,” stated Fred Drake, Heartland Bank Chairman and CEO. “We will work closely with the UCB team to assist them in making this a smooth transition.”

Upon completion United Community Bancorp, Inc. will have an asset size of $1.5 billion and 31 locations including the Illinois communities of Springfield, Chatham, Auburn, Augusta, Bunker Hill, Carlinville, Carthage, Divernon, Gillespie, Golden, Greenfield, Hamilton, Loami, Mt. Sterling, Pawnee, Pittsfield, Roodhouse and Winchester.


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