With a chance to provide an update on what's going on in the city, Quincy Mayor John Spring spoke to the Quincy Tea Party Tuesday night.
Spring talked largely about the city's budget and what the city has done to manage finances and reduce the workforce.
He also touched on the city's future, especially given recent events on the state government level.
"One of the concerns with any municipality, Quincy is no different than an other, is what's going to happen at the state level , what's going to happen with our shared revenue and what's going to happen with their pension obligations, because that all impacts municipal government one way or another," he said.
Spring, along with Quincy alderman Paul Havermale, addressed questions from party members at the end of the evening.
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