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Quincy is a region that is found in Massachusetts in United States. As at 2010, its population was rated 92,271 making it be 8th largest town in the state. This capital is known as ‘The city of Presidents’ because two US presidents- John Adams and his son were bone there. The area was partly settled -1625 before becoming north precinct of Braintree -1640. 1972, Quincy was split off from Braintree and a town nicknamed after Colonel John-Quincy. It became a city -1888.
For years, this region has been home to granite industry. This was a reason that made it be a site of a Granite Industry. Shipbuilding that was being carried out in Force River Shipyard was another vital part of a city’s economy. Now, before European colonialists invaded this area, a hill that was towards east of Neponset River was a seat of Native American leaders. The place was also an aviation center that was pioneered by Dennison field. It was one of world’s first airports and was partly developed by Earhart. It even rose the ranks to became a site of ‘The-Harvard-Aero’ Meet which is a second air-show that was held here.
Howard Johnson and Dunkin’ nuts restaurant chains were both founded here. The city is also home to United States longest-running Flag Day parade. This was a tradition that was started - 1952 and headed by Richard Koch, who was a former director of Parks and Recreation. He also started ‘Koch Club’ sports organization for kids and had an annual parade with flags.
This region shares borders with Boston to North, Milton to West, Randolph and Braintree to south, and lastly Weymouth and Hull to East. The megalopolitan has several beaches including Wollaston Beach that is along its shore drive. The city has a total area of 26.9 square miles, 16.8 of which is land and 10.1 square miles is water. Although primarily urban, 2,485 acres of land is situated within The uninhabited Blue-Hills-Reservation, that is a state park that is managed by Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation.
As of 2010, there were 38,883 households and 42,838 families that resided in here. Of all people, 77.1% spoke English, and other were mixed, speaking Latin, Indian, Asian, Chinese, Spanish and other languages. Each household had a median income of $59,803, and each family -$77,514. Those that lived below poverty line were 9.8%. But the city is always striving to work hard to reduce poverty levels to a 0% level. It has laid down several measures, for instance, educating its population and providing a working base for all.
Quincy is run by a strong Mayor Government that includes a Mayor-elected to serve for a two-year terms, but It will be extended after 2015 elections to four-year terms, has a nine-member city-councilors who serve for two years, and a school committee that has six members including a mayor who serve for a four-year term.
Education is key in here and is home to Eastern Nazarene College that offers liberal arts and sciences. It has two public school, five public middle schools, and several elementary schools. This is a place that you have to visit and see what you will enjoy because opportunities will never cease.
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