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This figure did not please those running the board so they received an estimate from the same local firm for million, then to my knowledge a final one for -4 million.
The administrator wanted a new building and a majority of the board concurred. On June 7, 2010, the JSEB wrote,"The cost of the new rebuild, pegged at million today,(actual cost million, JS June 6, 2014) would be covered by an existing tax, approximately .4 million in property taxes, both direct and indirect, that county residents (not true, only Peoria County PROPERTY taxpayers) pay to support the facility, now named Heddington Oaks, Now, Heddington Oaks has lost over 0,000 in just one-half year of 2014, not including the property taxes of around million collected each year to support the new HO Peoria County Nursing home.
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Carter offered 'better goods.' The Detroit News endorsed Ronald Reagan Sunday, calling him 'a decent man with some different and reasonable ideas about reducing unemployment and inflation while letting the world know _ quietly _ what the nation's foreign policy is.' The Chicago Tribune, in endorsing Reagan, said his candidacy 'carries with it a sense of mission, of direction, perhaps of change, that more and more Americans want.' Carter was supported by the Philadelphia Inquirer, which said it backed him 'with grave misgivings.' Neither Carter nor Reagan 'is well qualified by his record in public office,' the newspaper said.
The Minneapolis Tribune opted for Carter in more praising tones, saying, 'Carter is not a failed president.
'America, like Gulliver, is being tied up by millions of little people in the Congress and the bureaucracy _ most of them, like the Liliputians, well-meaning but afraid of what the giant might do if left unrestrained. Montgomery is unopposed for re-election in the state's 3rd district.
'The only political party that proposes to do anything significant about this is the Libertarian Party, and we would like to see it get a big vote.' Reagan was picked by the Tulsa Daily World, which said, 'There must be a change in leadership at the White House or America is in deep, deep trouble.' And the Tampa Tribune also went for Reagan, criticizing Carter for ineffectiveness and praising Reagan for his record as California governor. Montgomery's cumulative ACA rating for the last 14 years is 86 percent.
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