What the Q?
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Will the Quincy City Council deny Mayor Koch’s request to spend millions on a new downtown department?
Will the Quincy City Council finally display some spinal rectitude tonight and push back against this latest Koch and mirrors grift or will they yet again allow themselves to be rolled by the Koch Maladministration?read more
Quincy’s City Hall boosterism notwithstanding, Quincy Quarry only properly views the census bureau bureau as far more skilled at counting people in spite of Team Koch’s breathtaking ability to get out even long breathless voters to vote on election day …read more
Given the Memorial Day holiday weekend, Quincy Quarry was unable to reach out to the apparent listing broker for comment …read more
While the second tier City Hall VIP’s were inconvenienced for close to a year, not to worry as these lessor hacks were provided with probably MBTA-paid for and thus free to them parking during the demolition of the long closed Quincy Center MBTA station parking garage …read more
Intrepid Citizen Smartphone Photojournalist Jae Ross continues to doggedly document the usual suspects illegally parking in the usual places in North Quincy in the wake of the MBTA closing up roughly half of its North Quincy Red Line station’s parking lot.read more
While Quincy Quarry’s always hard hitting as well as well-deserved hits below the belt coverage is still pending, the Quarry has some positive news to report:. For starters, the usually supine City Council is showing a semblance of a spine for a change …read more
After years of being as easy as a high school mattress Mary, the Quincy City Council is finally questioning Quincy Mayor Koch as regards his latest eight figure ask to increase his City of Quincy charge card limit to perhaps finally see Quincy Center successfully redeveloped …read more
A three judge federal court of appeals panel has upheld a now-former Quincy police lieutenant’s 2017 conviction for double dipping and sometimes even triple dipping, .Unknown at this time is if the Dipper is now planning to file an appeal wit the United States Supreme Court …read more
Spring has sprung. In turn, such sets the stage for Opening Day!read more
Enforcement of local parking regulations would appear to continues to be as scarcely seen as is the availability of (legal, ed.) curbside public parking is to be found in Quincy Center …read more