Quincy Council Creates Neighborhood Beautification Committee
The Quincy City Council Monday night voted to help property owners in the city take pride in their properties.
The council voted unanimously to form a Neighborhood Beautification Committee.
The seven-member committee will include four aldermen, along with the city’s Director of Inspection and Enforcement, the Director of Central Services and the City Attorney.
The purpose of the committee is to hold property owners accountable for blighted properties in the city, which includes making the city’s nuisance abatement policies more efficient.
The council also announced their meeting with reopen to the public next Monday.