The Boston Globe | By Jill Terreri Ramos
November 18, 2016
The Quincy City Council agreed Monday to borrow $2 million for upgrades to technology in schools and municipal buildings.
The bulk of the money, $1.3 million, is set aside for the city’s public schools, for things such as computers and smartboards, and $700,000 will pay for fiber optic connections and a new phone system in municipal buildings. The measure passed without opposition after several questions.