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pjohnf - Iowa company pitches Newcomb development proposal - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Is this project going to have a surety bond in place if this guy goes under or is the performance bond the same thing? The project sounds like a good use of the property but we tax payers lost big time the last time we put up money for a developer to develop this property.
ONCEMORE1 - Practice of end-of-career teacher salary bumps being scrutinized - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.c
Sure are------12 months pay for nine months "work". Plus a couple weeks for Holidays, Christmas Break, Spring Break, Snow Days, etc. Try to match that in the Real Working World.
qfingers - Iowa company pitches Newcomb development proposal - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Could you list what "infrastructure" this is for? It's apartments and retail space...not roads and sewers. And I don't see any parking in the illustration above. 20 apartments could easily mean 40 cars there 24x7. And I don't believe it's legal for the city to give anybody a property tax abatement except by a few means like enterprise zones for example. Anything targeting one…
ONCEMORE1 - Iowa company pitches Newcomb development proposal - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Here we go again......... Giving away the farm---AGAIN---is about as brilliant as Deuce's parking lot that nobody needs.
vonvicious - Iowa company pitches Newcomb development proposal - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
The city might as well build the build and finance the structure itself. First off sell the property for what it is worth. 52 parking spots for 20 apartments and an eatery is that even enough to meet code.

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Community comes together for first Parenting conference

6 months, 3 weeks ago from Rokusek Design

The conference will be held at First Union Congregational Church in Quincy

The First Union Congregational Church will be hosting The Parenting Conference (first annual) on March 21-22. This conference is presented by Advocacy Network for Children, All Our Kids (AOK), Early Childhood Networks and Adams County Children’s Mental Health Partnership. The conference will be held at First Union Congregational Church in Quincy. It will run on Friday night, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. and Saturday morning, 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.                                                                         


The Parenting Conference welcomes children and parents from all levels of education and income. Best-selling author, president of Early Learning Foundation, and contributor for Love and Logic, Dr. Bob Sornson, will headline the event with 3 plenary addresses and 2 breakout sessions. Non-profit leaders and social workers from our community will lead 10 breakout sessions over 1.5 hours on Saturday covering a variety of valuable topics for all parents. Nursery care will be provided for children 0-3 years old while children 4 and up will have their own separate educational and fun-filled programming throughout the conference. The programming throughout the conference will be supplemented with ample breaks for snacks, refreshments and mingling.


Sponsors and Underwriters for The Parenting Conference include Knapheide Manufacturing Company, Blessing, Gardner Denver, Titan Wheel, Advocacy Network for Children, Chaddock, Hy-Vee on Broadway, First Union Congregational Church, Rokusek Design, Adams County Children’s Mental Health Partnership, All Our Kids (AOK), Madonna House, The Business Center and Transitions. The cost to participate in The Parenting Conference is $20 per person and $25 per couple. Vouchers for free admission will be available for families that demonstrate need by application.  


For more information on the event or to register visit parentingconf.org or call Clairce Hetzler at 217-257-8262 or call the First Union Congregational Church at 217-222-3346.

 


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