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The Eldridge Utility Board declined adding a back-up power line to the city after hearing annual price tags of up to $676,000. more
The Dittmer family’s Grand View farms will add another confined feeding operation, JT Cleona Pork LLC near Stockton. more
The new director of the Greater Davenport Redevelopment Commission is making acquisition of the Shriners’ property on Division Street “one of my first objectives,” he told Scott County Supervisors. more
It’s about much more than roads. more
Eldridge will levy $2.592 million in property taxes next year, just 0.4 percent higher than this fiscal year. more
Larry Guy left some pretty big shoes in Blue Grass. Fortunately, he developed lots of people to fill them. more
Scott County Engineer Jon Burgstrum announced his retirement at Tuesday's Scott County Supervisors. He plans to wrap up his career leading the county’s Secondary Roads Department on Dec. 31. more
Michele Benton says she isn’t giving up. more
Since 2011 Eldridge's city-owned fitness center has received $57,208 in subsidies, and that amount is enough to convince park board members to close it regardless of the outcome of the March 3 YMCA referenda. more
Long Grove City Council members will convene 7 p.m., April 23 at city hall for a busy work session to resolve three pending issues: more
Princeton City Council members still awestruck by the civic support that quickly built a sand levee ahead of the rising Mississippi River are now looking ahead to resolve two issues: more
The Eldridge City Council has officially acknowledged the receipt of a petition calling for a public vote on the issuance of General Obligation Urban Renewal bonds to finance their portion of a proposed YMCA, and also begun preliminary discussions on the future of the city’s current fitness center. more
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