Biweekly recycling pickup was one option considered by the city of Quincy when garbage and recycling was looked at in 2013.
We've heard that before, too, bus histories of the Illinois Veterans Home don't mention the city having one oprion or the other. More than 50 communities in Illinois initally expressed interest for the facility.
Kevin McClean, director of Quincy Central Services, said he understands the frustration of residents who may separate their recyclables only to see them thrown in the back of a garbage truck some weeks.
When was the U.S. Naval Reserve Training Center built at Front and Hampshire, and how did the Quincy Park District acquire it as a city park?
This is a question we receive almost every year.
The Quincy Area Convention and Visitors Bureau publishes a list of restaurants that are open Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Holly Cain, executive director of the bureau, said the listed restaurants traditionally have holiday hours.
A June 1992 Great River Genealogical Society publication on Woodland Cemetery said property bounded by Fifth, Sixth, Broadway and Vermont was called Jefferson Square in 1825.
The best way to have a tree issue addressed is to contact the aldermen in your ward. The requests are forwarded to Central Services.
You might have noticed there were few spots on the Nov. 8 ballot to cast a vote for a write-in candidate. Adams County Clerk Chuck Venvertloh said to be considered as a write-in candidate, one must file a "Declaration of Intent to be a Write-In Candidate."
Quincy architect designed more than 450 buildings duiring his career, which spanned four decades. However, Benya isn't credited with the design of Baldwin Intermediate School.