Maggie Strong updates us on the United Way of Adams County’s community needs assessment and how it sets up other studies regarding housing, workforce and other civic issues.
Ashley and Brittany talk to Kyle Moore of GREDF to ask what the upcoming study on Quincy and Adams County housing is all about and what those who are putting the study together hope to learn.
Ashley and Brittany talk to Kyle Moore of GREDF to find out what the City and County hope to learn from the upcoming housing study.
QUINCY — The Adams County Board voted to spend $7,500 toward a study on housing throughout Quincy and Adams County. The County Board received letters from Quincy Medical Group, Titan, Knapheide and the Quincy Public Schools in support of such a study, calling more housing critical to bring in needed employees to the area. Adams […]
Frankie, Bobby and Ashley run the gamut on topics today…and enjoy some Spotted Cow in the process.
QUINCY — The Quincy City Council heard from members of the public Monday night about the status of the rental and housing in the city.
The Quincy YWCA is working to help with the housing situation in our community. Ashley talks to Maria Rench about that and the upcoming Voices for all Women gala.
QUINCY — The Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity has awarded the City of Quincy a $550,000 block grant as part of $8 million for 15 communities to invest in 154 housing improvement projects.
The Quincy City Council will consider adopting an ordinance at Monday’s meeting that would pump $1 million into improving rental housing on the city’s west side.
By STEVE EIGHINGER QUINCY — The city’s Residential Rental Property Registration Committee continued to move forward Wednesday in addressing the needs of both landlords and tenants. The committee is exploring avenues for establishing a residential rental property registration process and offering a number of enforcement measures. The meeting was the second of at least four […]
Following last week’s marathon City Council meeting that was mostly centered on the issue, Quincy Mayor Mike Troup wasted no time in putting together a committee to look at the possibility of rental property registration in the city. Troup himself will lead the committee, which will eventually have 10 people. It also includes four aldermen, […]