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Wednesday, April 8, 2020

City of Quincy City Council met March 16

By Kristine Gonzales-Abella | Mar 25, 2020

Meeting 02

City of Quincy City Council met March 16.

Here is the agenda provided by the council:


A resolution regarding City actions in response to COVID 19 declarations.


Wards 1,2,7 By Bob Daly (Business Development WGCA) requesting permission to hold a 4 mile, 11 mile and 19 mile bicycle event called “Moonlight Ride for Hunger” to raise money for Horizons on August 1st starting at 8:00 p.m. The event will have three different routes starting at Clat Adams Park, going north on Bonansinga Dr., right on Cedar to 3rd St, south on 3rd St., then crossing Bayview bridge and heading back over on Memorial Bridge. The routes, street closings and no parking areas requested will be sent to the proper authorities. Auxiliary police are requested. The Director of Risk Management is recommending that the Petition be approved with the stipulation that a Certificate of Insurance be provided which includes appropriate insurance coverage and a signed City of Quincy indemnification agreement.

By the Quincy Elks Lodge #100 requesting permission to conduct a raffle and have the bond requirement waived from now until 8/4/20. The City Clerk recommends approval of the permit.


Resolution requesting permission from IDOT to temporarily close the south lane of westbound U.S. Route 24, a State Highway in the City of Quincy from the west terminus of State Route 104 to the Missouri State Line on August 1st for the “Moonlight Ride for Hunger Bicycle Ride”, 7:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

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 on August 1st for the “Moonlight Ride for Hunger Bicycle Ride”, 7:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Chief of Police and the Police Aldermanic Committee recommending approval to pay up to $21,500 to the Missouri State Highway Patrol for a used 2017 or 2016 Ford Police Interceptor Utility Vehicle to replace a squad car that was damaged in a traffic crash on December 26th, 2019.

Fire Chief and Fire Aldermanic Committee recommending approval of the invoice in the amount of $8,500 to Architechnics to perform an analysis on the remodeling of Station #5.


Adoption of an Ordinance entitled:

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 162 (Zoning Regulations) of The Municipal Code Of The City Of Quincy (2015) Pertaining To Occupancy Of Travel Trailers. (Recreational Vehicle)

Second presentation of an Ordinance entitled:

Ward 4 An Ordinance Vacating An Alley. (20’ wide north-south public alley located in the city block bounded by South 20th, South 21st, Washington and Jefferson Streets.)




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