The Quincy Strategic Plan process is being led by four citizen-volunteer task forces, represented by a Commission Board, as well as an Advisory Board representing organizations funding the Plan process. Their efforts are supported by a team of planning consultants led by Development Strategies and including WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff and meStrong, Inc. Thanks to all those involved in these efforts!


C. David Nuessen, former Mayor 
Chuck Scholz, former Mayor

Tourism, Arts, and Recreation Task Force Co-Chairs
Linda Moore, Community Volunteer
Katie Schelp, Quincy Medical Group

Downtown and Riverfront Task Force Co-Chairs
Todd Schackleford, Advocacy Network for Children
Mary Winters, Quincy Interactive

Economic Development Task Force Co-Chairs
Bo Knapheide, The Knapheide Manufacturing Company
Bryan Stokes, Quincy Recycle

Transportation, Infrastructure, and Safety Task Force Co-Chairs
Julie Brink, R.L. Brink Corporation
Paul Mugerditchian, Dot Transportation Inc.

Elected Officials
Alderman Mike Farha
Alderman Mike Rein
Quincy City Council
Bret Austin
Joe Zanger
Adams County Board

Advisory Board

Chuck Bevelheimer, City of Quincy
Skip Bright, Quincy Business and Technology Center
Holly Cain, Quincy Area Convention and Visitors Bureau
Rob Ebbing, Oakley-Lindsay Center
Rome Frericks, Quincy Park District
Bruce Guthrie, The District
Amy Looten, Quincy Area Chamber of Commerce
Kyle Moore, City of Quincy
Les Post, Adams County
Marcel Wagner, Great River Economic Development Foundation

Consultant Team

Development Strategies
Matt Wetli, Principal-in-Charge
Julie Cooper, Project Manager
Brian Licari, Senior Economic Strategist
WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff
Jennifer Pangborn-Dolde, Transportation Planner
Maggie Strong, Communications and Public Engagement Specialist
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