The letter came at 9:30 am Friday morning for Tom Sparks Buick in DeKalb and he is cut. “Based on our review and current and foreseeable market conditions and your dealership's historical performance, we do not see that General Motors can have a productive business relationship with Tom Sparks Buick Inc. over the long term,"
Friday, May 15, 2009
GM dealer cuts Chicago: Tom Sparks Buick in DeKalb get letter from GM about dealer cuts -- chicagotribune.com
Among the states, Illinois reported the largest increase in initial claims, which it attributed to layoffs in the construction and manufacturing industries.
Economists estimate Chrysler LLC has laid off 27,000 workers in the wake of its April 30 bankruptcy filing. General Motors Corp. has said it will temporarily shut 13 factories beginning later this month through July, potentially affecting 25,000 workers.
Now the community has the hiring of a non-qualified
person to lead the Boone County Health Department.
“…removing candidates from the ballot is a means to ensure
the result and to sustain the elitism of incumbency. That
appeared to have been the goal of the board of education
above any consideration of ethical behavior.”
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The top recipients of insurer contributions in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives were Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., $2,287,345; Sen. Chris Dodd, D.-Conn., $1,102,056, and Rep. Paul Kanjorski, D.-Pa., $491,545.
Madison County has approximately 150,000 residents and is in the Greater St. Louis Area. Boone County is only a third the population of Madison County however perhaps it will have to consider layoffs as well.
Not only is revenue falling short, officials said, but they must come up with an additional $1.4 million to pay the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund.
Invenergy LLC says it has deals with property owners to erect up to 133 wind turbines on 28,000 acres in Champaign and Vermilion counties.
GM does not plan to release a list of dealerships being closed.
Around 1,100 GM dealers -- about 18% of the company's U.S. network -- should be receiving letters from the automaker informing them that the company does not plan to renew their contracts that expire in October 2010,
weren't meeting objectives set by the company, such as minimum sales volumes and dealer profitability.
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Rein said the law stated that meetings “may” be closed for certain meetings, not that they “shall” be closed. The intent of the law is that the business of public bodies – government – be done openly, not behind closed doors.