In the wake of last year’s modest election year average residential property tax increase of $120, this year homeowners are facing an average $271 increase, an increase of over twice both the rate of inflation for this year as well as last year’s tax increase.
At the same time, as well as variously gobsmaking, Quincy’s 02169 Zip Code ranked a surprising forty-ninth on the list of most expensive places to rent an apartment in the United States.
Quincy Center’s long touted new restaurant renaissance by Quincy’s well-known gourmand in chief looks to continue to be taking hits when it comes to these new restaurants actually enjoying consequential commercial as well as lasting success.
Fortunately, this long suffering from the long but so far slow as well as but so-so coming of “A New Quincy Center” retailer will be be moving but a block to Presidents Place. Unfortunately, it will be moving into an inside arcade location and thus losing its landmark location and de facto billboard of a storefront …
This time the reason for yet another Quincy restaurant departing the Quincy Center scene is to accommodate Quincy Mayor Thomas P. Koch’s limp noodle of a plan for A New Quincy Center.