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Legislative efforts to equalize school funding among districts will bring a net increase of $2,000 for one year to North Scott Schools. more
Excavation will begin after harvest on a 2.5-mile sewer line from Eldridge’s Buttermilk Road sewer lagoons to the city’s expanded South Slope sewage treatment plant. 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
Long Grove’s water tower needs “some type of restoration” in the next three years, according to the city’s engineer, who presented options ranging from $25,000 to $205,000 at the Sept. 11 city council meeting. more
Turnout fell short for Park View Homeowners Association vote on raising the annual association dues, forcing a second election that will require a smaller turnout. more
Princeton cannot use city savings to help Dollar General extend a city water line. more
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
Thirteen acres of open space in Long Grove’s next Winfield Estates addition would be reserved for water detention and youth athletic fields, managing stormwater for this 32-lot subdivision and, perhaps, the next. more
Walcott passed its fifth Iowa State Auditor annual examination with no exceptions found among 16 compliance areas. more
A new audit of Princeton makes 16 recommendations to improve oversight and accountability of city and fire department funds, repeating concerns raised previously in biennial compliance audits required by state law. more
That’s Scott LaPlante, of Eldridge, meeting President George H.W. Bush during a visit to Milwaukee, near LaPlante’s hometown of Racine. more
Patti Robinson, a community advocate from Clinton, on Tuesday announced her candidacy for Iowa Senate District 49, which serves all of Clinton County and northern and eastern Scott County. That is the district now served by state Sen. Rita Hart, who was picked to be the running mate of Fred Hubbell, who is the Democratic nominee for Iowa governor. more
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