Ever since I was a wee lad, I have loved to watch movies. (OK, before we get any deeper into this, I was never any sort of a "wee lad," but you know what I mean.)
It's an idea that has been floated before in Quincy, though the City Council let it die in 2018. Yes, we are talking about a food and beverage tax.
I would always smile when my phone would ring at The Herald-Whig and I saw Gene Hutter's name pop up on caller ID. It was always easy to predict the first words of every conversation with him. I would answer with a "hello" and then wait.
A year or two ago, I remember reading a letter to the editor from someone who thought the new planters in the city of Quincy were ugly.
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