Thursday, July 10, 2014 at 12:00 am (Updated: July 10, 12:01 am)
The City of Quincy made a decisive step in their latest consideration of public transportation options during the regular July 8 meeting.
Big Bend Transit currently operates the bus service for the city. Quincy pays $38,000 for the service and the county matches that amount. Quincy commissioners have expressed a desire to find a less expensive alternative.
Dr. Bernard Piawah, director of building and planning, presented the city staff’s latest study of the matter to the commissioners.
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