Anne Mahoney requests that the city includes Open Checkbook software in the city’s software budget request.
Quincy, MA September 22, 2017
As part of the city’s Capital Improvement Plan, the IT Department has requested $1.88 million for software for the city’s e-mail communication system, desktop operating systems, software to manage the city’s urban forest and tree inventory, and asset management software for public facilities and roadway infrastructure etc...Read more
Candidate promises to bring proven leadership, independence and a voter’s voice to the Quincy City Council.
QUINCY—School Committee Member Anne Mahoney announced today that she is running for Councillor-at-Large.
“I am running for Quincy City Council-at-Large because I have deep roots here in this city and a strong passion to make sure everyone here has a voice. I have raised my family here and I’m committed to making sure that Quincy is a great city for everyone, from lifelong residents to those just beginning their journey in this fast-changing city.”Read more
We need Anne Mahoney on the City Council!
Four years on the Council and Anne Mahoney has proven herself to be the indispensable voice of the City Council. Always prepared, she asks the tough questions and stands up for the best interest of Quincy residents. Anne has scrutinized city spending, increased transparency, and stood up to overdevelopment – sometimes being the only vote against developments that hurt our neighborhoods. When re-elected, she will continue to demand a better approach to attract businesses and amenities to our city and push for complete traffic and parking plans. She will continue to champion our schools and always include everyone in the conversation.
On Tuesday, November 2nd, please vote to re-elect Anne Mahoney
as City Councillor-At-Large.
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