The budget shows a planned deficit of $1.84 million, most of which is the planned result of scheduled spending of revenues and fund reserves to pay for upcoming capital projects. The deficit represents 21.4 percent of cash reserves.
Westview Golf Course
QUINCY — The installation of an irrigation system at Westview Golf Course appears to be the next extensive project in the immediate future for the Quincy Park District. The development of Phase 5 of the Bill Klingner Trail from Parker Heights to Lincoln Park appears to be the next extensive project for a few years […]
It’s time for Westview Golf Course, one of Quincy’s best economic draws, to receive third-party financial support in a similar fashion to the successful Friends of the Trails organization that has worked to extend the boundaries of the Bill Klingner Trail. It’s clear the public doesn’t want a tax levy, and I don’t fault them. But […]
QUINCY — The finance committee for the Quincy Park Board met Wednesday night to discuss how to come up with $2.5 million and $3 million to pay for a new irrigation system at Westview Golf Course. John Frankenhoff, chairman of the finance committee, said commissioners are considering many options. He doesn’t believe a referendum is […]
QUINCY — Quincy has one of the finest public golf courses in the Midwest, and Quincy Park District officials know a major expense is coming if it hopes to maintain the 27-hole course for future generations. Finding a way to pay for it won’t be simple. Rome Frericks, executive director of the Park District, and […]
QUINCY — Quincy Park District officials discussed replacing the irrigation system at Westview Golf course during Wednesday night’s monthly meeting inside the organization’s Bonansinga Drive compound. David Morgan, director of golf for the district, detailed how a series of ongoing problems with the current system — coupled with its age — raise the need for […]
QUINCY — The Quincy Park Board became the third and final governmental body to support the establishment of the Quincy Riverfront Development Corporation during its monthly meeting on Wednesday. The QRDC will direct the implementation of the Riverfront Master Plan in the 89 acres of land along the Quincy riverfront, with the boundaries of Kentucky […]
The Quincy Park District Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a $7.17 million fiscal 2022 budget Wednesday night.
QUINCY — When Tristan Wood, an administrative assistant with the Quincy Park District, finished his report that claimed to address the declining number of rounds played at Westview Golf Course, president Roger Leenerts asked the Board of Commissioners at its Wednesday meeting if anyone had questions. John Frankenhoff responded quickly. “I have a question for […]
QUINCY — A report designed to address the declining number of rounds played at Westview Golf Course was presented to the Quincy Park District’s Board of Commissioners at its Wednesday meeting. The report was compiled by Tristan Wood, an administrative assistant with the Park District who also is working on completing his master’s degree in […]