Quincy City Council discusses roads and tenancy ordinance
QUINCY (WFEM) – Rental properties and roadwork were on the to-do list for Quincy city council members at their meeting Monday night.
Aldermen approved an offer of $ 950,408.00 from the Rees Construction Company for the Elm Street 6th to 7th Street reconstruction project which includes street reconstruction, pipe replacement main water and lead service lines and replacement of sanitary sewers.
They also approved a resolution to accept an offer of $ 934,419.35 from Diamond Construction Company for the 2021 Fuel Tax Fund asphalt maintenance project.
“You can see all over town that we have construction going on, so they’re bidding because they know we want to do it again before the snow falls,” said Mayor Mike Troup.
Council members also heard an update on the rental registration ordinance that the city is working to put in place.
They discovered they could see the order in early September.
In other cases:
- The council passed an ordinance granting a special use permit for state property in 1800 to serve alcohol and operate slot machines.
- They appointed Phil Conover and Kyle Moore to the Quincy Next Development Commission.
- Representatives from central services have said the city will have its next city-wide cleanup on September 25.