City of Quincy City Council met July 1.
Here is the agenda provided by the council:
Ward 7 By On The Rail, 129 S. 4th, requesting to have live music in the beer garden on July 6th from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. and July 7th from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Both requests were approved for a Live Entertainment/Public Gathering license by the Quincy Police Department.
Ward 7 By The Scoreboard, 234 S. 8th, requesting permission to waive Section 111.067(d) (Permitting open liquor to leave licensed premises) and 111.096(a) (Consumption outside a licensed premises) on July 6th from 9 a.m. to 1 a.m. in their north and west parking lots. Closed areas will be fenced off with only one way in and out of the building.
By the Quincy Park Band requesting permission to conduct a raffle and have the bond requirement waived from July 8th until August 3rd. The City Clerk recommends approval of the permit.
Ward 7 By the Salvation Army requesting to close 5th Street from Broadway to Spring on August 15th from 2:00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m. for a block party. Barricades needed.
REPORTS OF THE QUINCY PLAN COMMISSION
Ward 5 Recommending approval of a one-lot subdivision of property located at 1610 South 36th Street under the “small tracts” provision of the subdivision ordinance.
Ward 3 Recommending approval of a one-lot subdivision of property located at 3700 North 36th Street under the “small tracts” provision of the subdivision ordinance.
Ward 1 Recommending approval of a special permit to operate a child care and preschool facility on property located at 1400 North 8th Street.
Ward 3 Recommending denial of a requested planned development special permit to install two nonconforming Standard Outdoor Advertising Structures (billboards) on property located at 2011 North 24th Street.
Requests to Speak
Written requests to speak under suspended rules by Laura Ehrhart, Michelmann Steel, 137 N. 2nd St., Quincy, IL, Jack Canavan, 1825 N. 24th St., Quincy, IL and William Meckes, Schmiedeskamp Robertson Neu & Mitchell LLP, 525 Jersey St. Quincy, IL speaking in favor of the special permit request at 2011 N. 24th.
The resolution from Utilities and Engineering Director and Utilities Committee recommending approval of the purchase of two Ford F-350 pick-up trucks from Bob Ridings Inc., Taylorville, IL in the amount of $73,800 for Water and Sewer Departments, was tabled for two weeks by Ald. Bauer
The resolution from Utilities and Engineering Director and Utilities Committee recommending approval of the purchase of a 2019 Ford F-150 pick-up truck from Morrow Brothers Ford Inc., Greenfield, IL in the amount of $25,500 for the Utility Locating crew, was tabled for two weeks by Ald. Bauer.
City Of Quincy Resolution Authorizing Demolition Expenditures For 1023 N. 6th Street. (Payment to Republic Services for dumpsters in the amount of $3,425.45.)
Technology Committee, and the Information Technology Director recommending approval of the quote from Central Square in the amount of $11,752 for a cloud base software service agreement.
Chief of Police recommending approval to buy replacement lights, light bars and siren controllers for police vehicles from Federal Signal in the amount of $8,581. Funds are available from DUI funds.
Chief of Police recommending approval to buy Setina equipment for police vehicles from Fleet Safety in the amount of $10,642.
Adoption of an ordinance entitled:
Ward 3 An Ordinance Granting A Special use Permit For A Planned Development. (2.79 acre property east of 6411 Broadway, self-storage facility)
Ward 3 An Ordinance Granting A Special use Permit For A Planned Development. (2730 Cherry, dwelling with two living units.)
Second presentation of an ordinance entitled:
An Ordinance Amending Chapter 50 (Garbage And Recycling) Of The Municipal Code Of The City Of Quincy (2015). (Industrial & Commercial Properties, Collection/Ownership Of Recycle Materials, Recycle Rates)
REPORT OF FINANCE COMMITTEE