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A new board member, regular social media updates and, most of all, clearer water, are heartening to Park View Water and Sanitary District customers who believe their worst water problems are behind them. 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
The 30-foot residential setback rule in Eldridge will be reviewed again in the New Year. more
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
Scott County Board Chairman Carol Earnhardt congratulates retiring county attorney office administrative assistant Ardel Wright for 31 years of service. more
Hallie Eller will get the 5-foot swath of North Scott school district property she needs to build an addition on her home next to the high school practice fields. more
Scott County Supervisors snip a ribbon on the county's new Juvenile Services office next to the courthouse in Davenport. more
About 4,500 acres of Scott County farmland have been ruled ineligible for family farm property tax credits after a more thorough review undertaken this year by the Scott County assessor found the property had been rented out and was no longer eligible for the credit intended for family-farmed property. more
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
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
Free curbside pick-up and drop-off leaf collection appear to be reducing leaf burning in Eldridge and will continue at least two more weeks. more
Bad advice from Eldridge’s assistant city administrator derailed Hallie Eller’s plan to expand her Sheridan Drive home, and now city council members say they may be forced to revise building lot rules that have governed Eldridge home building decisions for decades. more
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