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Long Grove council members forged ahead with a plan that prioritizes water treatment upgrades and First Street revitalization among a list of capital improvements unanimously approved Monday. more
Eldridge City Council members later this month will consider granting 5 feet of leeway for homeowners forbidden to build addition within 30 feet of their neighbors’ property. more
Scott County Recorder Rita Vargas is seeking her fifth term and faces Republican Mindy Ortiz Carpenter, a 39-year veteran of the recorder’s office who now serves as a real estate specialist. more
A $546,000 federal grant and loan package will help Princeton build a new well to shore up current water needs and prepare for growth on 430 acres just annexed into town. more
Bill Fennelly’s retirement after 23 years as Scott County Treasurer leaves a vacancy that Scott County voters will fill with either his son, Mike, or Jane Duax. more
Scott County Attorney Mike Walton is wrapping up his review of the audit implicating Long Grove and Park View’s former public works director. more
An Iowa legislative attempt to alter county board representation is a “mistake” that should never be made law, said Rep. Ross Paustian, among the House majority that approved the bill March 7. more
Eldridge taxpayers for the first time will contribute to a regional fund needed to cover a $240,000-per-year lobbying bill for the Rock Island Arsenal. more
Eldridge council members gave final approval Monday to a new fireworks ordinance that aligns with county-wide rules allowing fireworks only during Independence Day and New Year’s Eve celebrations. more
Scott County Supervisors added the equivalent of a full-time position to handle contracted cleaning of the Scott County Solid Waste Commission offices at about twice the cost and hours of the Eldridge private firm that lost the contract. more
Clerk Rose Boddicker and council member Nancy Herrin plant flowers at First Street and Cadda Road Friday. more
Scott County Board of Supervisors Chairman Carol Earnhardt will not seek another term. more
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