The Quincy City Council dealt mainly with infrastructure repairs at its meeting Monday night.

Aldermen approved over $650,000 worth of repairs, equipment replacements and contracted services last night.

Among the big ticket items approved were $163,000 for design and construction of a control and data system for the city’s wastewater system, $184,000 for replacement windows at City Hall, $84,000 for new meters and $80,000 for a study on the amount of pollutants discharged by the city’s wastewater treatment facility.

The Council also approved a four-way stop at 17th and Van Buren in response to speeding problems in the area.