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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
A $12 million extension of Blackhawk Trail west to Hillandale would open Eldridge’s south side to more commercial development and divert growing truck traffic away from residential neighborhoods. more
Park View’s three-member Water and Sanitary District Board will add two more to help with a heavy workload and create a quorum of more than two members. more
Park View residents will get help from Scott County to restore rules and regulations no longer enforceable in homeowners’ association covenants. more
Princeton council members navigating their way to perhaps the biggest economic development initiative in the Quad-City region’s history were stumped. more
Long Grove council member Mike Oeschner resigned July 11, creating a vacancy the council intends to fill with an interim member at a meeting 7 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 14. more
Scott County Supervisors’ refusal to accept road maintenance in two new rural county subdivisions will stymie residential development at a time the market is booming, developers for those projects said. more
Long Grove council member Mike Oeschner resigned July 11, creating a vacancy the council intends to appoint an interim member at a meeting 7 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 14. more
Scott County supervisors on Tuesday indicated they will not accept responsibility for roads in a proposed subdivision, despite pleas from one of the region’s biggest real estate firms and a threat of a lawsuit by the developer. more
One in four emergency medical and fire calls in the county this year proceeded without lights and sirens, an indication the Scott Emergency Communication Center priority dispatching is working, SECC Executive Director Denise Pavlik said. more
Suspended Long Grove public works director Joel McCubbin submitted his letter of resignation July 3 in a private city hall meeting. more
Long Grove council members seem willing to one day accept city ownership of a regional water detention pond developer Dale Grunwald requires before proceeding with residential development of land he owns on the town’s south side. more
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