Local Government

Utilities Committee balks at spending $520K for sewer expansions

Members of the Quincy Utilities Committee spent the majority of Thursday's meeting discussing three proposals related to the city's sewer system, two of which could cost the city hundreds of thousands of dollars to complete.

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Quincy Park District to consider fee hikes

The Quincy Park District might increase fees for several programs as the Illinois minimum wage starts to climb.

Local Government

Palmyra partners with Northeast Missouri Economic Development Council

The city of Palmyra is now a partner with the Northeast Missouri Economic Development Council.

Palmyra Recycling Committee seeks $2,000 from county commission
Local Government

Palmyra Recycling Committee seeks $2,000 from county commission

The Palmyra Recycling Committee is asking the Marion County Commission to contribute $2,000 a year to help support the Palmyra Recycle Center.

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Marion County Commission ponders safety changes for Veterans Road

The Marion County Commission is considering action to improve safety along Veterans Road west of Hannibal.

Aldermen approve alley resurfacing project
Local Government

Aldermen approve alley resurfacing project

More than two dozen alleys in Quincy will be resurfaced as part of the asphalt resurfacing program approved Monday.

Trail construction ahead of schedule, southern expansion eyed
Quincy News

Trail construction ahead of schedule, southern expansion eyed

Work on the next section of the Bill Klingner Trail is slated for a late October finish, and as another section of trail readies for construction, the Quincy Park District is exploring options to expand the trail south to Lincoln Park.

Canton Board of Aldermen still mulling options for City Hall changes
Local Government

Canton Board of Aldermen still mulling options for City Hall changes

The Canton Board of Aldermen is still exploring how it should proceed with some proposed renovations to City Hall.

Civic center working on rooftop solar project
Local Government

Civic center working on rooftop solar project

Plans to install solar panels on the roof of the Oakley-Lindsay Center continue and the work could start as early as this year.

Local Government

Marion County sheriff concerned state will eliminate jail reimbursements

Marion County Sheriff Jimmy Shinn is concerned that the Missouri Legislature might cut off reimbursements to county jails for housing prisoners accused of state crimes.