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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
Two new members are joining an expanded Park View Water and Sanitary District Board facing more than $3 million in water and sewer projects in the coming years. more
Scott County’s zoning commissioners say they want clarification from county supervisors who rejected the commission’s recommendation for new homes on land the county has reserved nearly 40 years for commercial development more
Eldridge’s new, $7 million gun manufacturing plant tops a list of city milestones presented May 9 at the North Scott Chamber breakfast. more
Scott County Supervisors want to see details about storm water and septic system plans before considering residential zoning of commercial land for 47 new home lots just north of West Lake Park. more
In less than 14 minutes, Eldridge granted its first rear yard setback exemption, capping a family’s year-long process to get Eldridge residents a smidge more room when adding onto their homes. Eldridge’s Board of Zoning Adjustment voted unanimously Dec. 13 to allow Eric and Maureen Gruenhagen to put an addition on their home at 172 W. Harvest St. more
Scott County Supervisors reduced speed limits on 52nd Avenue near the Wapsi Center, and approaching the intersection of 102nd Avenue and 285th Street, just west of Cinnamon Ridge Farm. more
Officials from the North Scott School District and the city of Eldridge continue to make progress toward bringing a YMCA to the community, and discussions continue to be ongoing. more
Park View residents can see plans for the community’s new water treatment system, ask questions and learn more from Water and Sanitary District operator Brent Earley at an open house, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Wednesday, July 24 at the Park View Owners Association office, 16 Lincoln Ave. more
Rural Scott County'’s four-member Republican state legislative delegation urged county board and town council members to pipe down about pending disclosure rules on local property tax increases. more
The Long Grove Civic League can resume displaying its digital sign, but with new limits authorized by the Long Grove Planning and Zoning Commission. more
The chickens are coming to roost at Grand Haven. more
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