Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch discusses summer renovations at several of Quincy's schools, reconstructing the intersection of Hancock and East Squantum Streets, his appointment to the state Seaport Economic Council, and possible ferry service from Squantum Point Park.
Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch with a weekly City Hall update. Topics discussed include the reopening of the Perkins Field basketball/street hockey court and the Squantum basketball/street hockey court, the new walking trail in Faxon Park, an update on the window and door replacement program at five school buildings, an update on the Hancock Street/East & West Squantum Streets intersection construction project, the City's efforts to control the rat population, and the failed Boston 2024 bid for the Olympics and the impact on bringing ferry service to Sqantum Point Park.
Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch with a weekly City Hall update. Topics discussed include new information on state and federal reimbursement for snow removal costs, the process to follow if city snow removal caused private property damange, an update on the Quincy Public Schools calendar revisions, and discussion about Taste Quincy's Restaurant Week.
Quincy Public Schools Superintendent Richard DeCristofaro explains the latest changes made by the Quincy School Committee on March 18th to the school calendar. The changes will eliminate the extended days that were scheduled to make up snow days as voted on by school committee at a special meeting held on March 16th.
Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch with a weekly City Hall update. Topics discussed include the revised school calendar and the city's efforts to repair potholes.