City of Quincy City Council will meet March 11
City of Quincy City Council will meet on Monday, March 11.
Here is the agenda provided by the council:
Wards 3,4,7 By the Quincy Area Chamber of Commerce requesting permission to hold the Dogwood
parade on May 4th beginning at 9:30 a.m. starting on Maine at 24th, going west to 6th, north and south on 6th then disbanding. Line up of the parade will begin at 7:00 a.m. on Maine, 24th to 36th. They request “No Parking” signs be placed on Maine, 6th to 36th, and 6th, Hampshire to Jersey, at the close of business on Friday, May 3rd. Rain delays are planned for 11:30 a.m. or 1:30 p.m. as the committee deems necessary on Saturday, May 4th. Organizers will be responsible for clean-up of city streets after parade.
Ward 7 By Lincoln in the District Festival requesting closure of Maine St. from 4th to 5th Streets from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on May 4th in conjunction with the Dogwood Festival. They are also requesting closure of Hampshire from 4th to 5th Streets, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. after the Farmer’s Market, for carriage rides and pedestrian traffic.
By the Quincy K9 Connection requesting permission to conduct a raffle and have the bond requirement waived from now until 4/15/19. The City Clerk recommends approval of the permit.
Ward 7 By Early Childhood Education Center requesting permission to hold their annual “Week of the Child” parade April 8th at 10:00 a.m. and again at 1:45 p.m. The parade will start at 9th Kentucky, south to State, west to 8th, north to Kentucky then east to 9th back to Salem Church parking lot. They are requesting barricades and the help of the Police Auxiliary.
A revocable permit application for encroachment of City right-of-way by O’Connor Wealth Management requesting permission to reserve three parking spaces in front of 511 Maine St. on March 13th and March 25th to accommodate moving trucks and the unloading of furniture. The Utilities and Engineering Director presents this request subject to the sidewalk area near the parking stalls must remain safe and clean of furniture, boxes and debris at all times.
All Wards A revocable permit application for encroachment of City right-of-way by Sullivan Auctioneers requesting permission to place free standing directional signs at various locations throughout the downtown district on May 19th and 20th in conjunction with a car auction to be held at the Oakley-Lindsay Center. The Utilities and Engineering Director presents this request subject to two conditions.
Wards 1,2,4,7 By the Bridge the Gap to Health Race Committee and Quincy Medical Group requesting various streets closed and no parking posted for the “Bridge the Gap to Health Race” May 18th from 3:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (noon). The route, street closings and no parking areas requested will be sent to the proper authorities. Auxiliary police are requested.
Ward 1 By Kyle Grimm, Oakridge Property Group, LLC, requesting consideration for a special permit to register a dwelling with four living units as a non-conforming use on property at 1309 N. 25th presently zoned R1C.
Ward 5 By Charlotte Homan requesting consideration for a special permit to operate a bed and breakfast on property at 3404 State presently zoned R1A.
SALES TAX REPORT
December, 2018 - $970,011.55
HOME RULE SALES TAX REPORT
December, 2018 - $944,887.09
Wards 2,7 Resolution requesting permission from IDOT to temporarily close the left lane of eastbound U.S. Route 24, a State Highway in the City of Quincy from 2nd and Maine to the Missouri State line and the left lane of westbound U.S. Route 24 in the City of Quincy from the west terminus of State Route 104 to the Missouri State Line and the right lane of North 3rd St. (U.S. Route 24/State Route 57) in the intersection of State Route 104, north 3rd (State Route 57) from Broadway to Maine and 4th (U.S. Route 24/State Route 57) from Jersey to Hampshire on May 18th , 2019 for the “Bridge The Gap To Health Race”, 5:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (noon).
Wards 2,7 Resolution requesting permission from MODOT to temporarily close the north lane of eastbound U.S. Route 24, a State Highway in Marion County from the West end of Memorial
Bridge to the Illinois State Line and the south lane of westbound U.S. Route 24, a State Highway in Marion County from the west end of Bayview Bridge to the Illinois State Line as above designated on May 18th, 2019 for the “Bridge The Gap To Health Race”, 5:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (noon).
Human Resource Manager recommending approval of the low quote from Customer Direct in the amount of $3,618 for winter coats for members of the of 822, Machinist and Aerospace Workers Union.
Utilities and Engineering Director and Utilities Committee recommending approval of the invoice from PDC Laboratories Inc., Peoria, IL, in the amount of $3,066.50. for routine analytical testing for the pretreatment program at the Waste Water Treatment Plant.
Utilities and Engineering Director and Utilities Committee recommending approval of the various low bids of various chemicals to be use by the Water Treatment Plant for contract year beginning on May 1, 2019 and ending on April 30, 2020.
Utilities and Engineering Director and Utilities Committee recommending approval of the various low bids for materials used for repair and maintenance of water infrastructure contract year beginning on May 1, 2019 and ending on April 30, 2020.
Utilities and Engineering Director and Utilities Committee recommending approval of the invoice from Rees Construction Co. in the amount of $9.160 for emergency repairs to the watermain behind the Sears Automotive building.
Central Services Director and Central Services Committee recommending approval of the proposal from Nova Products in the amount of $11,500/$12,000 for 2000 NEW recycle bins.
Resolution authorizing lease agreement for City Barge Dock. (to RM Leasing)
ORDINANCES Second presentation of an ordinance entitled:
An Ordinance Amending Chapter 91 (Streets And Sidewalks) Of The Municipal Code Of The City Of Quincy (2015). (Restrictions of placing a dumpster on city right-of-way.)
An Ordinance Amending The 2018-2019 Fiscal Year Budget. (General Fund #001 Revenue increase to $1,223,584 and Capital Projects Fund #301, increase $250,000)
First presentation of an ordinance entitled:
Ward 5 An Ordinance Amending The District Map Which Is Made A Part Of Section 162.002 Of The Municipal Code Of The City Of Quincy Of 2015. (RU1 (Rural) to C2 (Commercial), 4827 State)
An Ordinance Amending Chapters 111 (Alcoholic Liquor Dealers) And 112 (Amusements) Of The Municipal Code Of The City Of Quincy Of 2015.