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Eldridge council member Adrian Blackwell said a private insurance firm’s direct-mail advertisements approved two years ago by the city council are “misleading,” and “a little deceptive.” more
Scott County Sheriff Tim Lane’s request for 10 new hires brought scrutiny from new Scott County Supervisor Ken Croken, who said more sheriff’s resources should be directed to Davenport, Bettendorf and other towns. more
Victor and Michele Gorsch may proceed with a new subdivision on 33 rural county acres just west of Long Grove in the 15300 block of 270th Street. more
Nearly 50 Eldridge residents looked ahead 10 years and saw sidewalks and trails extended throughout town, more stores and workplaces, and planned growth so their town never is swallowed up by the burgeoning Quad-City metroplex. more
Eldridge residents are encouraged to join city leaders 6 p.m., Jan. 24 at the Community Center to help plan their city’s future. more
Two years after losing his first bid for the Park View Water and Sanitary District Board, Myron Scheibe assumed the chairmanship of a board prepping for about $7 million in sewer and water system improvements over the next three years. more
Insurance checks totaling $60,014 have been issued to compensate some losses that a state of Iowa audit attributed to Joel McCubbin’s work in the City of Long Grove and the Park View Water and Sanitary District. more
Scott County Supervisors are scheduled to vote Jan. 24 on Victor and Michele Gorsch’s plan to rezone farmland for development of five home lots on 33 acres just west of Long Grove. more
Princeton Council members will hold a public hearing on next year’s spending plan at 6 p.m., Feb. 14 as part of their regularly scheduled meeting. more
The last time Eldridge residents gathered to plan their city’s future, a public pool and a renovated city hall were atop a list of 22 objectives. more
Long Grove council members will meet 6 p.m., Jan. 24 to address wage and benefit concerns raised by the Iowa State Auditor's examination of Joel McCubbin. more
Eldridge sewer rates will climb another 7 percent, the third increase among seven scheduled to pay for the city’s expanding wastewater treatment system. more
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