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Quincy City Council OK's picket request by Quincy teachers

Quincy City Council OK's picket request by Quincy teachers

3 months, 1 week ago by Scott Hardy

Move comes one week before possible strike

The Quincy City Council has approved a request by Quincy Federation Local 809 to use city rights-of-way if a strike takes place next week. Scott Hardy has more.

( Audio   :57 ) 

The Council approved a petition Monday night by the union to encroach on city rights-of-way, to picket in front of all Quincy Public Schools buildings if there's a strike starting next Monday. Mayor Kyle Moore says that when it comes to the effects of a possible strike, there's not a lot for the city to do.

( Kyle Moore :12 )

The Council approved a bid of just under $200,000 for concrete patching and crack sealing some city streets. City Engineer Jeff Conte says it's the first step in a multi-year plan.

( Jeff Conte :12 ) 

Conte says the work will take place in the Trinity Lake sub-division on the city's southeast side, and on North 30th Street, between Maine and Broadway.

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