The city of Quincy does not have a time restriction on animal tethering, but there are requirements on how an animal may be tethered. "We have no laws about time," said Steve Scherer, Quincy animal control officer. "There are some cities that do."
There's really no go-to place for fall foliage forecasts, though the Missouri Department of Natural Resources does provide fall color reports on its wbsite. The National Weather Service fall colors guide sends visitors to various state sites for reports.
There was a 5-foot-wide sidewalk on the bridge that was removed to increase the lane width from 20 to 24 feet. The two-year, $5.4 million project was dedicated on Sept. 29, 1983.
If you're talking about construction, it doesn't appear anything is going on at the house on the northeast corner at Sixth and Spring. The carriage house at 601 Spring was recently placed on the city of Quincy's fix-or-flatten list.
You're right. Illinois doesn't require a photo ID to cast a ballot, and the new procedures at the Illinois Veterans Home call for visitors to check in with ID when they arrive at the campus.
According to "People's History of Quincy and Adams County, Illinois," South Park was open to the public on May 18, 1895. The park, which is between Eighth and 12th streets, was annexed into the city of Quincy in June 1896.
It sounds like you were on the same page as the Illinois Department of Transportation. The center lines have already been repainted throughout Quincy.