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1950Brutus - Schock billed taxpayers for private plane to football game - - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
I am sure he has enough money that he obtained via other illegal methods to repay this - after all - isn't the old saying robbing Peter to pay Paul??
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As far as everything I've read, Duryea's plan is to move folks to his other restaurants until he decides what he's doing with this building. I may have misread that, but it seems like he's taking care of his employees.
Quijote57 - Schock billed taxpayers for private plane to football game - - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
At least Mr. Schock has said he'll repay the taxpayers for the office redecoration. But does he have enough money to pay back the rest?
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Quinsippi Yacht Club hosting Hogback Party on Saturday

Quinsippi Yacht Club hosting Hogback Party on Saturday

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The Quinsippi Yacht Club will host Hogback 2014 this Saturday, August 23 beginning at 11 a.m.  

The event will be held on Hogback Island and is only accessible by boat.  The event is open to everyone and will include a slip and slide off of Piggy Back at the south end of the island.  

There will be additional games and t-shirts for sale.  Proceeds from the annual event help fund boating safety projects such as the sign at the entrance to Quincy Bay and the free loaner lifejacket program with the Quincy Park District.  

Additional information is available on the QYC website -www.quinsippi.com or on the Facebook page Quinsippi Yacht Club.


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