Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch with a weekly City Hall update. Topics discussed include the Hancock Cemetery restoration project, a public meeting regarding the traffic reconfiguration as part of the Adams Green project, an update on the Downtown Quincy redevelopment project, the Wollaston Elementary School's 100th anniversary celebration, and the process to begin the sale of the old Central Middle School.
Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch with a weekly City Hall update. Topics discussed include an update on the FEMA flood maps set to take effect in June and efforts citizens can take if in the new flood zone, the City's purchase of streetlights from National Grid, the approval by the City Council to sell the old Central Middle School, the Quincy Park Conservancy's Easter Egg Roll, and improvements at Faxon Park.
Quincy City Council President Joe Finn with a recap of the Quincy City Council meeting held on April 7th. Topics discussed include an update regarding FEMA flood maps, the Council's approval to sell the old Central Middle School, an appropriation for the reconstruction of the Faxon Park playground, an appropriation for new trees, and a Council commendation to Quincy Girl Scouts.
Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch with a weekly City Hall update. Topic discussed include Quincy Center Redevelopment project, the former Central Middle School, and medical marijuana dispensaries.
Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch provides a weekly City Hall update. Topics discussed include Spring street sweeping and pothole repair, an increase in the city's bond rating, potential sale of the former Central Middle School and the possible use of proceeds for the proposed North Quincy High School campus improvement plan, a proposed solar energy program for use at city buildings and public schools, and the annual St. Patrick's Day Luncheon sponsored by the Quincy Park Conservancy to raise funds for the Faxon Park walking trail.