Quincy: Mayor’s term doubled, community preservation funding expanded

Quincy voters went to the ballot box Tuesday to voice their opinion on several issues facing the town.

The town voted to extend the Mayor’s term from 2 years to 4 years, and decided against merging the City’s two high schools.

Mayor Thomas Koch was elected to his fourth term Tuesday after running unopposed.

Residents also voted to expand funding to community preservation.

Incumbent Brian Palmucci retained his seat representing Ward 4 on the City Council, over Michael Healy. Neal Dibona, along Incumbents Anne Mahoney and Barbara Isola, won seats on the Quincy School Committee.


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