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The North Scott Press will present state legislative and Scott County candidate forums Sept. 20 and Sept. 26 at the Scott County Library in Eldridge. more
Last year, Valerie Van Ee and Julia Guy joined more than 50 Park View residents crowded into water and sanitary district board meetings with concerns about persistently brown water. more
Eric Gruenhagen remains ready to start work on his home addition the instant Eldridge council members provide a formal exception to the city’s hard and fast 30-foot setback rule. more
Long Grove council members support a regional storm water detention plan for developer Dale Grunwald’s existing Winfield Estate subdivision and the next two additions. more
Princeton cannot use city savings to help Dollar General extend a city water line. more
Princeton council members will meet 4 p.m., Monday, Aug. 20 to consider spending $75,000 in city savings to complete a water pipe loop to the new Dollar General Store, which opened earlier this month without water service. more
U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst’s office will hold traveling office hours in August. Her regional director will be available to assist Iowans with problems or questions about eligibility involving issues like social security, veterans’ benefits, military affairs, passports, immigration issues and other federal programs. more
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
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