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Scott County Supervisors are worried that Iowa legislators – including the entire Scott County GOP delegation – backed a bill increasing some farm equipment weight limits on rural county bridges that will force the county to quickly evaluate all bridges yet this year. more
A year of hard work and generosity culminated in completion of McCausland’s new city hall in a renovated, century-old building that many assumed might someday succumb to a wrecker’s ball. more
Eldridge will study the possibility of irrigating the new Buttermilk Road soccer fields, now targeted to open in spring 2020. more
Long Grove City Council members took a closer look at launching a water treatment upgrade aimed at improving hard water residents have complained about for years. more
The sun did shine, as Iowa Agriculture Secretary Mike Naig predicted, for the Cinnamon Ridge Agriculture Summit where he was scheduled as a featured guest. more
Congressman Dave Loebsack will bring his "Coffee with your Congressman" tour to Eldridge with a stop at Happy Joe's Pizza at 12:15 p.m. on Saturday, March 30. more
Developers planning a four-lot subdivision in McCausland are eager to work with North Scott school leaders searching for affordable student-built home sites. But first, McCausland will need to update its zoning ordinance before considering its first new residential subdivision in years. more
The Scott County prosecutor’s decision not to file criminal charges means Long Grove and Park View Water and Sanitary District will have to return retirement benefits to former public works director Joel McCubbin and others. more
Scott County Supervisors are aiming to borrow $10 million this year for a  new, countywide emergency dispatching system. more
Scott County’s zoning commissioners say they want clarification from county supervisors who rejected the commission’s recommendation for new homes on land the county has reserved nearly 40 years for commercial development more
Princeton council members secured their salt order for next winter, then discussed ways of reducing road salt because of the environmental damage. more
Citizens will have a chance to meet members of the Iowa Quad-City state legislative delegation and ask questions at the next forum, 10:30 a.m. to noon, Saturday, March 23 at Davenport Central High School. more
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