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Long Grove Mayor Michael Limberg and five council candidates are unopposed on the Nov. 5 ballot. more
Unopposed mayor looks ahead to water system upgrades more
Six running for three open council seats in Blue Grass more
Scott County Engineer Jon Burgstrum announced his retirement at Tuesday's Scott County Supervisors. He plans to wrap up his career leading the county’s Secondary Roads Department on Dec. 31. more
Riverdale voters will choose Nov. 5 between incumbent Mayor Mike Bawden and challenger Beth Anne Halsey, whose family has served the town before. more
Three candidates are on  the Nov. 5 Eldridge ballot to fill three of the city's five council seats. more
A Scott County woman wants to add a party barn business to her rural Princeton acreage, just eight months after the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission levied a $2.3 million penalty for fraudulently operating an investment business on the same property. more
Eldridge inched closer to financing the city’s share of an estimated $14 million YMCA with votes to set public hearings on borrowing plans. more
Four Emily Acres condominium owners asked for Eldridge’s help to pressure builder Paul Anderson to complete sodding and landscaping they say were promised but never delivered. more
Eldridge levied its first nuisance fines since hiking penalties, assessing $1,750 against a resident cited repeatedly for building code violations. more
Some Scott County apartment owners had grudgingly accepted 10-, 20- and 30-percent property value increases calculated this year by the Scott County Assessor. This month, they learned the Iowa Department of Revenue ordered an unprecedented 21 percent across-the-board hike on all multi-residential property in Scott County. more
Learn more about school board and municipal candidates at forums scheduled this month. more
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