Quincy City Council to take ‘no confidence’ vote on Mayor Troup
QUINCY – The proposed agenda for next week’s Quincy City Council meeting has an item that calls for aldermen to take a vote regarding their confidence in Mayor Mike Troup.
At the July 3 meeting, the past and current presidents of the Quincy Police Benevolent and Protective Association Labor Unit 12, asked the council to take a vote on their confidence in the administration.
After the officers’ remarks, the council voted to receive and file them, but took no action. Alderman Mike Farha (R-4th Ward) then had an outburst asking why none of his colleagues made a motion to take action, although he didn’t call for a vote either.
Farha, along with Greg Fletcher (R-1st Ward), Jeff Bergman (R-2nd Ward) and Richie Reis (D-6th Ward) asked to put the vote on Monday’s agenda, which is now final.
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