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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Dave Loebsack (D-Iowa) announced today that online voting to select the 2018 People’s Choice Award winner to represent Iowa’s Second Congressional District in the … more
With water clarity complaints gone, the Park View Water and Sanitary District board will look at rate hikes board members say are needed to continue improvements that are clearing up brown water that some residents had gotten used to. more
Princeton City Council moves to the Boll’s Community Center March 8 for three public hearings addressing big changes in the riverfront community. more
Scott County Supervisors will make expanded meeting minutes available online, in addition to continuing the newspaper public notices required by Iowa law. more
Park View residents will be asked this year to increase annual dues for the first time in the subdivision’s 50-year history, the first of two steps toward resolving the community’s lapsed homeowner covenants. more
Five options ranging from $1.25 million to $2.34 million are on the table to expand Park View’s water treatment and storage capacity, including one option to close the water works and buy water from Eldridge. more
A vote to consider raising Park View Homeowners Association dues has enough votes to count, but not enough to pass yet. more
Princeton’s new fire truck rolled up to the town’s firehouse last week, but could go no farther. more
Sixteen Eldridge staffers will get 3- percent raises in each of the next three years under an agreement reached between council members and the Eldridge Iowa Employee Association. more
Princeton is preparing for two new developments council members hope will continue 2017’s growth spurt. more
Eldridge council members added another $15,000 Monday for a North Scott YMCA design to fit a site at East LeClaire Road and Third Avenue. more
Park View’s new water and sewer operator Brent Earley believes he’s identified operation errors he said contributed to brown and yellow water plaguing residents for years. Earley charted a path forward that seemed to assure about 40 residents gathered for a Nov. 15 Park View Water and Sanitary district meeting. more
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