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The Founding of Quincy
The city of Quincy is located in Gadsden County, Florida. In 1821, Andrew Jackson was appointed governor and separated Florida into the two separate counties of East Florida and West Florida, which eventually split into additional counties. In 1824, Dr. William Hayne Simmons and John Lee Williams set out to establish a site for a capital in Gadsden County. The capital was built but later moved to nearby Leon County. Quincy, which is named after John Quincy Adams, serves as the government center for the wider county.
Tobacco in Quincy and Gadsden County
Quincy Florida has soils that are unique to the agricultural planting of tobacco. John “Virginia” Smith developed created a hybrid tobacco, consisting of Virginian and Cuban seed that became known as “Florida Wrapper.” Colonel Henry DuVal, the president of the Florida Central Peninsular Railroad, sent samples of Florida tobacco to New York to extend the market, which was lucrative until the 1970s.
Quincy’s Coca-Cola Gamble
During the Great Depression, a Quincy banker by the name of Pat Munro observed a keen interest in Coca-Cola and public willingness to spend scarce resources on the drink. At a time when Coca-Cola stock was cheap, Munro invested in the company and convinced many others in Quincy to do the same. Munro’s strategy ultimately shielded Quincy from its likely economic demise during the storm of the Great Depression and created wealth that has passed down generations.
Quincy’s Historic District Today
Quincy is now a city in which the spirit of its history is alive in its architecture and communities. In 1996, Quincy was the Winner of the National Civic League’s “All-American City” award. One way to enjoy Quincy is to take a drive down the State Road 12, which is officially designated by Florida as Gadsden County’s North Florida Art Trail. This trail takes visitors through the beautiful countryside of the county to Quincy’s Historic District. Some of the attraction that visitor to Quincy admire include:
- The Quincy Garden Center (or the Pat Munroe House), which is the historic property of Munroe, former President of the Quincy National Bank.
- The McFarlin House Inn and Bed and Breakfast on East King Street, which offers a historical look at the tobacco fortune of John Lee McFarlin.
- The Old Presbyterian Manse on North Corry.
- The Gardner-McCall House on East King Street.
- The Davidson-Thomas House
Gadsden County Solid Waste
Gadsden County’s Solid Waste Division is responsible to monitor County landfills that have been closed and ensure that they comply with the requirements of the Department of Environmental Protection. The Division also maintains the county’s household hazardous Waste Collection Program. Household hazardous waste includes the following items:
- Used oil, antifreeze, gas, and used tires.
- Batteries and mercury devices, such as a thermometer.
- Fluorescent Lamps
- Paint and pesticides
Hazardous waste may be taken to Quincy’s Household Hazardous Waste (HHW), which is located at the Public Works Department located at 1284 High Bridge Road in Quincy, and is open on Thursdays from 9am to 1pm or by appointment on Wednesday. City and County residents may contact HHW at: 850-627-5334 or 850-510-7784. Additionally, the County offers a hazardous waste collection program called Hazmat Collection. Hazmat is offered for two days each year in March and October. For more information, a resident may call 850-875-8658.
Additional Waste Disposal Resources
The City of Quincy schedule regular trash pickups for its, resident of the city of Quincy and Gadsden County can haul in their waste to the following locations:
- The City of Quincy’s Byrd Landfill is located on Selman Road and can be contacted at 850-875-8390.
- The Quincy Transfer Station is located at 1650 Selman Road and can be reached at the above number for more information.
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