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Congressman Dave Loebsack will have a member of his staff, Brian Kramer, at the Scott County Library in Eldridge for open office hours on Tuesday, Aug. 27 from 2-3 p.m. more
Eldridge will welcome another $732,000 in federal grant trail money to extend the LeClaire Road trail east to Scott Park Road, and create a new public trail through the city’s Townsend Farms additions. more
Princeton fire chief and council member Karen Woomert’s reluctance to sell an old fire truck is being challenged by council member Ann Geiger, who insisted Thursday on getting rid of the truck regardless of cost. more
Eldridge City Council members will explore allowing a non-profit partnership of Genesis Health Systems to use city of Eldridge borrowing authority for a tax-exempt $10-million loan. more
Scott County leaders hope to present this fall some draft rental property ordinance proposals aimed at curbing more than 2,000 emergency calls to Park View over the past two years. more
Scott County Supervisors added two more sheriff’s bailiffs to the county payroll, bringing to 13 the number of new hires authorized by the board since Sheriff Tim Lane took office in January 2017. more
A new group of conservative Iowans are promoting solar power on farm operations by showing state legislators how panels can power livestock barns, grain dryers and other high-energy equipment. more
More than 14,000 acres of Scott County will be added to a FEMA flood plain map that will be the focus of a public meeting Aug. 29. more
Eldridge council members will get their first look at a draft strategic plan crafted by the BiState Regional Commission after forums with residents and the council. more
The developers of a Bettendorf senior center want the City of Eldridge and other Scott County towns to help finance the $30 million project. Eldridge council members are scheduled to discuss the … more
Scott County Supervisors this month began their visits to 15 different town councils. more
Park View’s water and sewer operators cruised the community’s sewage lagoon, hoping a hot day on that turbid water might reduce the anticipated $810,000 cost to scoop out the waste. more
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