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Price Hike for Quincy Trash Stickers

Garbage stickers in Quincy are getting more expensive. On an 11-3 vote, the Quincy City council increased the price to 75 cents. Residents also have the choice of using a larger tote for a monthly fee. The increase is effective May 1.

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Don’t Forget to Clear Snow Off Your Sidewalk

It looks like your shovel is going to be your best friend for the next few days. Thank goodness it was a dry snow and very light in texture which makes for easier shoveling. As you already know, driving conditions are not the best despite the efforts of City, County and State plows that have been working throughout the day and night.

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Applications Available For Police Officer Testing in Quincy

The Police and Fire Commissioners have announced that applications for Police Officer Testing are available on the City of Quincy Web Site.

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Contractors Hour with the Mayor and City Officials December 12

Quincy contractors and building trades business owners are invited to join Mayor Kyle A. Moore and city officials on Thursday, December 12 at 6:30 AM at City Hall, 730 Maine Street for Contractors Hour. Coffee and donuts will be served.

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City of Quincy to Hold the First of Two Public Hearings on Garbage Proposals Tonight

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.  

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Kurt Parsons

The Quincy Fire Department Red Wreaths Need to Remain Red

The Quincy Fire Department has placed wreaths with red lights on them at all of their firehouses around the city of Quincy. The idea is to have nothing but red lights on the wreath which would mean a fire free Christmas season for homes in the city. Any home fires that occur would cause the Fire Department to change one of the red bulbs to a white bulb. So the goal is to keep the wreaths red and not white.

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Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore Wants to Privatize Garbage Collection, Do You? [Poll]

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.

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City of Quincy Hosting a 9-11 Ceremony

The City of Quincy will hold a remembrance ceremony on Wednesday, September 11. The ceremony will be held at 8 a.m. outside of City Hall at 730 Maine Street near the 9-11 Artifact and Memorial.  

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Mayor Moore to Post His Scorecard Friday

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.  

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Kurt Parsons

Quincy, Trying to Win Most Beautiful City Honors, is Currently in Third Place

 

The City of Quincy along with the Convention and Visitor’s Bureau and the Oakley Lindsay Civic Center are asking everyone to go to the web site http://bestoftheroad.com to vote for Quincy as the most beautiful city!  Votes can be cast once a day now through September 3, 2013!

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