Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch with a weekly City Hall update. Topics discussed include summer vacation projects in Quincy schools, an update on the North Quincy High School/Teel Field expansion and the purchase of homes on Hunt Street and Newbury Ave, an update on the ongoing work at O'Neil Field at Atlantic Middle School, and a meeting held at the Thomas Crane Public Library with the Massachusetts Commissioner of Public Health regarding opioid overdoses throughout the Commonwealth, and a ceremony to be held at the Korean War Memorial to honor those who fought and died during the war.
Wollaston Elementary School Principal James Hennessy and Assistant Principal Deirdre Murphy chat about the school's 100th anniversary celebration to be held on April 12th.
Virginia Fidalgo of the Quincy Public Schools provides details about the 6th Annual Credit For Life Fair.
Richard Kenneally and Renee Cjakowski of the Quincy Band Boosters talk about the new group aimed at supporting Quincy Public Schools music programs.
State Representative Bruce Ayers, and James Folk and Maureen Mesheau of the Quincy Lodge of Elks talk about the Elks dictionary program in the Quincy Public Schools.