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  • City Council approves TIF rental rehab program

    City Council approves TIF rental rehab program

    Tuesday, June 30 2015 9:31 AM EDT2015-06-30 13:31:14 GMT
    A portion of the money generated through the two downtown Quincy tax increment finance districts can now be used to help renovate residential space.The Quincy City Council approved the program Monday that would allow zero-interest loans of up to $25,000 per residential unit. 
    A portion of the money generated through the two downtown Quincy tax increment finance districts can now be used to help renovate residential space.The Quincy City Council approved the program Monday that would allow zero-interest loans of up to $25,000 per residential unit. 
  • Hester resigns as manager of Quincy Regional Airport

    Hester resigns as manager of Quincy Regional Airport

    Tuesday, June 30 2015 8:27 PM EDT2015-07-01 00:27:07 GMT
    Mayor Kyle Moore confirmed after a meeting of the Aeronautics Committee that Tuesday was Hester's last day. He said Hester was seeking another opportunity that he felt he would be a better opportunity. Moore lauded Hester for his service, noting that the airport was recognized by the Illinois Department of Transportation as the airport of the year in 2015. Hester was not at the meeting. He did not return phone messages Tuesday night.
    Mayor Kyle Moore confirmed after a meeting of the Aeronautics Committee that Tuesday was Hester's last day. He said Hester was seeking another opportunity that he felt he would be a better opportunity. Moore lauded Hester for his service, noting that the airport was recognized by the Illinois Department of Transportation as the airport of the year in 2015. Hester was not at the meeting. He did not return phone messages Tuesday night.
  • Lifeguard shortage forces Wavering pool to close for holiday weekend

    Lifeguard shortage forces Wavering pool to close for holiday weekend

    Tuesday, June 30 2015 6:20 PM EDT2015-06-30 22:20:57 GMT
    Quincy residents will have only one public pool option for most of the Fourth of July holiday weekend.The Quincy Park District announced on Tuesday afternoon that it would have to close the Wavering Aquatic Center on Saturday and Sunday — July 4-5 — because of a lack of lifeguards. Mike Bruns, the Park District's director of program services, said Indian Mounds Pool will be the Park District's only pool option ...
    Quincy residents will have only one public pool option for most of the Fourth of July holiday weekend.The Quincy Park District announced on Tuesday afternoon that it would have to close the Wavering Aquatic Center on Saturday and Sunday — July 4-5 — because of a lack of lifeguards. Mike Bruns, the Park District's director of program services, said Indian Mounds Pool will be the Park District's only pool option ...
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