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Princeton City Council launched 2020 with new committee assignments, some homework from new mayor Kevin Kernan, and the first of hopefully several FEMA checks. more
Scott County Supervisor Ken Beck foresees a county where residents can get mental health treatment as easy as any other medical service. more
Scott County Board chairman Tony Knobbe will continue to lead supervisors meeting after a 3-2 vote to sustain his leadership. more
Valley Construction’s $1.2 million bid was the best among six to build Eldridge’s South First Street trail over an abandoned rail bed this year. more
Scott County Auditor Roxanna Moritz will seek a fourth term as the county’s top elections official. more
The last decade brought a new city hall, park pavilion and the start of a Wapsi River trail to McCausland. City clerk Sheila Bosworth hopes the next decade will bring a few more people to enjoy them. more
School board chairman and lifetime ag leader Glen Keppy imagined his experiences a decade from now. more
Donahue Mayor Ken Schoenthaler expects Eldridge and Davenport growth to nudge his hometown’s population and perhaps boundaries just a bit larger. more
As a school board member, Maxwell intends to plan for steady growth beyond the 3,200 enrolled now. more
School board member and livestock producer Joni Dittmer sees high standards for the next decade of development. more
Central Scott Telephone executive and North Scott School Board member Donn Wilmott looked ahead wearing several hats: A communications CEO, an elected education leader, and father of NS alumni. “I’d hope for a continuing flow of our high school graduates returning to the North Scott community to raise their families, that we maintain schools to be proud of, continue to hire and train a staff that is second to none, working to develop our students every school day, truly instilling the benefits of being lifelong learners.” He also foresees an Eldridge “with more affordable housing, a town square with updated city hall and police department facilities together with the North Scott YMCA."  more
I envision that Princeton leaders and residents will have thoughtful discussion and make decisions regarding the aging infrastructure in town, such as water, sewage, and roadway repairs. I am hopeful that the 2020 Census will provide Princeton with additional funding opportunities and that collaboration with organizations will carry on as a valuable resource. more
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