The first 2014 Lunch in the Park with Mayor Kyle Moore is set for June 24th from 12 to 1pm in Washington Park at 5th and Maine Streets. This is the first in a series of three summer lunches that will be scheduled during 2014.
It looks like the "heat" just got turned up today between City Hall and the Fire Department in Quincy. In my mailbox today came a large postcard (see above) filled with information as to why the City of Quincy should NOT closed down one of its fire stations.
At today's Quincy Exchange Club's Law Officer of the Year luncheon, Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore announced that this year’s recipient of the Citizen of the Year Award was Pam Shaffer, the Executive Director of the Adams County Red Cross.
I am sure you noticed the price of a gallon of gas took a huge leap this week. There is always some lame excuse as to why when this happens. So instead of listening to them, I have come up with my own top 10 reasons why gas prices went up.
The City of Quincy is considering privatizing the collection of garbage and recycling instead of using the sticker program it has used for years. With that in mind, the City is going to hold two public hearings on the issue. The first hearing will be tonight from 6:30 to 7:30 at St. Peter's Church basement at 2600 Maine Street in Quincy.
Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore is proposing that the City of Quincy should drop the garbage sticker option it has been using, in favor of one of two options which would see a flat fee for all users. The change would allow the City of Quincy to spend the increased monies on needed infrastructure improvements.
Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore will unveil Quincy's first ever Community Scorecard Friday morning. The Quincy Scorecard presents a summary of key efficiency, effectiveness, and workload measurements from various departments and services within the city.
Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore introduced the community to his choice to fill the key Director of Administrative Services role today. At a news conference in the City Council Chamber this morning, Moore announced that he is placing Glenda Hackemack before the City Council for confirmation to the number two position in his administration.
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