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  • Real Estate Transfers Oct. 19, 2014

    Real Estate Transfers Oct. 19, 2014

    Thursday, October 16 2014 10:13 AM EDT2014-10-16 14:13:20 GMT
    Real estate transactions recorded in the office of Adams Count Clerk-Recorder, according to Clerk-Recorder Georgia Volm. Quincy area Nancy Lee Stupavsky, executor, of the Vicki Stupavsky Estate, property at 2900...
    Real estate transactions recorded in the office of Adams Count Clerk-Recorder, according to Clerk-Recorder Georgia Volm. Quincy area Nancy Lee Stupavsky, executor, of the Vicki Stupavsky Estate, property at 2900...
  • Real Estate Transfers

    Real Estate Transfers

    Thursday, October 9 2014 1:11 PM EDT2014-10-09 17:11:48 GMT
    Real estate transactions recorded in the office of Adams County Clerk-Recorder, according to Clerk-Recorder, Georgia Volm. Adams County Eric M. Neisen, farmland in McKee Township, to Jason L. Collins. Dawn N. and...
    Real estate transactions recorded in the office of Adams County Clerk-Recorder, according to Clerk-Recorder, Georgia Volm. Adams County Eric M. Neisen, farmland in McKee Township, to Jason L. Collins. Dawn N. and...
  • Real Estate Transfers

    Real Estate Transfers

    Thursday, September 25 2014 10:22 AM EDT2014-09-25 14:22:12 GMT
    Real estate transactions recorded in the office of Adams County Clerk-Recorder, according to Clerk-Recorder Georgia Volm. Sarah K. and Travis M. Jansen, a residence at 1214 N. 24th, to Deanna L. and Garold E. Starman. ...
    Real estate transactions recorded in the office of Adams County Clerk-Recorder, according to Clerk-Recorder Georgia Volm. Sarah K. and Travis M. Jansen, a residence at 1214 N. 24th, to Deanna L. and Garold E. Starman. ...
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  • Supporters ready to take school referendum pitch to grass-roots level

    Supporters ready to take school referendum pitch to grass-roots level

    Wednesday, October 22 2014 11:02 AM EDT2014-10-22 15:02:32 GMT
    The message will remain the same, but the method of delivering it is changing. Less than two weeks remain before the Nov. 4 general election, and those involved with the Committee for Building Quincy's Schools are switching from public forums to a grass-roots effort to get their message out - that passing an $89 million bond issue to spark massive changes in the Quincy School District is what's best for Quincy.
    The message will remain the same, but the method of delivering it is changing. Less than two weeks remain before the Nov. 4 general election, and those involved with the Committee for Building Quincy's Schools are...
  • Quincy School Board approves resolution outlining how bond issue savings would be used

    Quincy School Board approves resolution outlining how bond issue savings would be used

    Wednesday, October 22 2014 11:21 PM EDT2014-10-23 03:21:46 GMT
    The $89 million bond issue appearing on the Nov. 4 election ballot dominated the discussion at Wednesday night's Quincy School Board meeting.One action taken by the board involved passing a resolution outlining how the district would use the operational savings and proceeds from the sale of unneeded property if voters approve the bond issue.The resolution says the board would use those savings and proceeds to help pay for future maintenance and “life-saf...
    The $89 million bond issue appearing on the Nov. 4 election ballot dominated the discussion at Wednesday night's Quincy School Board meeting.One action taken by the board involved passing a resolution outlining how the district would use the operational savings and proceeds from the sale of unneeded property if voters approve the bond issue.The resolution says the board would use those savings and proceeds to help pay for future maintenance and “life-saf...
  • Grease fire forces evacuation of downtown Quincy apartment building

    Grease fire forces evacuation of downtown Quincy apartment building

    Wednesday, October 22 2014 7:42 PM EDT2014-10-22 23:42:43 GMT
    When Tony Jacoby pulled up to his third story apartment at 110 1/3 N. Sixth on Wednesday afternoon, his friends told him not to go upstairs. But he did anyway. "I'm the oldest male who lives there, and it was my...
    When Tony Jacoby pulled up to his third story apartment at 110 1/3 N. Sixth on Wednesday afternoon, his friends told him not to go upstairs. But he did anyway. "I'm the oldest male who lives there, and it was my...
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