Matt Higley, director of parks for the Quincy Park District, said district staff will cut honeysuckle back to the edge of timber each fall, but it hasn't required significant efforts.
The construction of five new elementary schools and an expansion of Quincy High School were funded through the passage of an $89 million referendum approved by voters in 2014.
Your best option if you are in Quincy would be to contact one of your aldermen who can assist in the nuisance abatement.
The two railroad engines you came across were part of the Burlington Junction Railway, which wasn't part of the former Chicago Burlington & Quincy Railroad, which merged with the Burlington Northern in 1970.
Congressional Medal of Honor recipent Martin Jones Hawkins is buried in Woodland Cemetery, and Hermann Emil Fichter is buried in St. Boniface Cemetery. Hawkins was among the first recipients of the Medal of Honor in the Civil War.
The reason is for practical purposes. The lights were only installed in newer parking lots.
There are four Congressional Medal of Honor recipients buried in Sunset Cemetery Cpl. Lester Hammond Jr., John O'Dea, William G. Taylor and George Gates.
The building, which has been vacant since Long John silver's closed in September 2014 after 38 years of operation, is being demolished.
The Amtrak station at the southwest corner of 30th and Wismann Lane in maintained by the city of Quincy.