Thursday, October 3, 2013 at 12:00 am (Updated: October 3, 12:03 am)
Money was a major topic of conversation at the Sept. 24 meeting of Quincy’s city commission.
Quincy City Manager Jack McLean maintained through the proceedings that the municipality could be in better financial shape, but it is better than it has been in the past.
One issue of concern is a revolving line of credit the city uses to pay some of its bills. Currently the balance on the line is about $747,000, with a payment due in November.
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