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Scott County Supervisors are lukewarm to Walcott’s plan to divert up to $500,000 in taxpayer money as an incentive package for Iowa 80 Truckstop’s planned $10 million expansion. more
The corporate campus planned for Princeton now may include options for condo suites above business offices. more
Eldridge council members voted Monday to increase the city’s maximum employee health insurance liability from $421,425 to $713,425 per year, a decision that will reduce expected increases in the city’s and employees’ share of premiums. more
Scott County Treasurer Bill Fennelly joins Rhonda Skahill as she celebrates retirement after 31 years in the treasurer's office. She was honored at the the Dec. 12 supervisors meeting. more
Princeton council and planning and zoning board members approved the final plat for Dollar General, clearing the way for construction of a new store on U.S. 67 on the town’s northside. more
Rain falls indiscriminately on farm fields, suburban lawns and city streets. Where it goes from there is covered by a labyrinth of state laws, municipal codes, judicial precedent and homeowner covenants decipherable only by engineers and lawyers. more
Challenger Brandon Cronise and incumbent Jon Drumm are running for a single, two-year term on the council. Voters will select one candidate. more
Scott County Board Chairman Carol Earnhardt congratulates retiring county attorney office administrative assistant Ardel Wright for 31 years of service. more
A student injury – or worse – is just waiting to happen on First Street by North Scott High School, and Fifth Street, by the junior high and Ed White, Eldridge City Council members agreed during a discussion on student safety. more
Curb cuts for the new downtown crosswalks raised concerns among some Hometown Holiday visitors who feared they impede instead of improve access for sight-, or mobility-impaired pedestrians. more
Park View Sanitary and Water District has reached out to the city of Eldridge as a long-term source of treated water, exploring a new option for the Park View district rebounding from water treatment and personnel changes. more
The 30-foot residential setback rule in Eldridge will be reviewed again in the New Year. more
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