Local Government

City Council: Revenues better than expected, but concerns remain

Revenues are coming in better than projected for the city of Quincy, but there are still looming financial issues.

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Local Government

Two incumbents won't seek re-election on Quincy Park Board

At least two new people will join the Quincy Park Board after the April 2, 2019 elections. Both Commissioners Kelly Stupasky and Sara Reuschel said they have no plans at this time to seek re-election.

Local Government

In town hall meeting, residents ask to keep trash stickers

Nearly identical to town hall meetings held in 2013, many residents told Mayor Kyle Moore on Thursday night that they don't want the city to privatize trash collection.

Local Government

Riverfront project on hold for at least a year

Seeking voter approval to fund a proposed public boat dock and promenade along the Quincy riverfront will be on hold at least for one more year.

Local Government

Adams County Board approves budget that is 2.8 percent higher

The Adams County Board approved a budget Tuesday that is 2.8 percent higher than the current fiscal year.

Local Government

Park District to move forward on trail construction after lower bids received

Bids for construction on the next section of the Bill Klingner Trail between 18th and 24th streets came in $262,000 lower than previous bids, meaning work should start next spring.

Illinois News

Pension costs leave aldermen with tough decisions

It took several minutes of discussion before Quincy aldermen voted 13-0 to authorize pension funding of $3.388 million for fire pensions and $3.238 million for police pensions in the coming fiscal year.

Rauner fans support with Quincy stop
Illinois News

Rauner fans support with Quincy stop

His voice raspy from months of campaigning, Gov. Bruce Rauner brought his bus tour to Quincy in search of votes.

Health Department entering new fiscal year 'in pretty good shape'
Illinois News

Health Department entering new fiscal year 'in pretty good shape'

A salary increase for Adams County Health Department employees takes effect Dec. 1 with the start of the new fiscal year.

Hawley says votes needed in Senate race
Missouri News

Hawley says votes needed in Senate race

Josh Hawley on Wednesday told a crowd in Hannibal that their votes count and could well decide whether Republicans lose their majority in the U.S. Senate.