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County backs Ascentra HQ tax incentives

Scott County Supervisors support Bettendorf’s use of property tax rebates as a cash incentive for Ascentra Credit Union’s planned expansion in downtown. more

CITY ELECTION RESULTS - Limberg re-elected in Long Grove

In one of the county's most hotly contested races, Michael Limberg was re-elected mayor of Long Grove. He gained 51 percent of the vote, to challenger Jackie Wilcox's 48 percent. more

Voters to pick councils and mayors in Nov. 7 election

If turnout for Long Grove’s hotly contested 2013 mayoral race is any indication, about 305 of Long Grove’s nearly 624 registered voters will pick their city’s next mayor. more

Dockery, King and Ordaz run for two seats

Incumbents Brian Dockery and Frank King, and newcomer Marcie Ordaz are running for two four-year terms.  more

Walcott invites public to Nov. 13 meeting to update its comprehensive plan

The city of Walcott is holding a community meeting to gather input for future planning. The meeting is set for 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 13, at the Walcott American Legion Post. The public is invited. more

LeClaire Mayor: Allen seeks another term

LeClaire Mayor Ray Allen is running unopposed. more

LeClaire City Council: Challenger and three incumbents seek three seats

Incumbents Amy Blair, Barry Long and John Smith, and challenger Jim Work are running for three, four-year terms on the LeClaire Council. Background: I am a current … more

Long Grove City Council: Two seek two-year term

Challenger Brandon Cronise and incumbent Jon Drumm are running for a single, two-year term on the council. Voters will select one candidate. more

Long Grove City Council: Three seek four-year terms

Incumbents Cindy Blinkinsop and Michael Oeschner and challenger Al Pawloski are running for two four-year terms. Voters will select two. more

Park View residents demand action on water problems

Park View’s new water and sewer treatment operator is launching a plan to clear up persistent brown water that prompted more than 50 angry residents to confront water and sanitary district board members who said they had been unaware of chronic complaints. more

Oct. 25 candidate forum slated in LeClaire

The sixth LeClaire Community Library’s Meet the Candidates Forum will be Wednesday, Oct. 25 at the LeClaire Civic Club with doors opening to the public at 6:30 p.m. The forum will start at 7 p.m. more

Brockmann, Latimer, Puck and Smith run for two council seats

Profiles of candidates for Walcott City Council more
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