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Next year’s Scott County budget includes $80,000 for a Davenport street repair that two supervisors believed should be borne by the city alone. more
Scott County Supervisors will make expanded meeting minutes available online, in addition to continuing the newspaper public notices required by Iowa law. more
With water complaints waning, Park View Water and Sanitary District trustees are looking ahead to sewer system upgrades and hired a Madison, Wisc., engineering firm to assess its treatment system. more
Eldridge awarded 3-percent raises to police officers in each of the next three years following contract negotiations applauded by the union and council members. more
Eldridge council members committed Monday to the biggest loan in city history for a sewer system upgrade that will leave the town poised for more commercial and residential growth. more
Interest in three new subdivisions along a three-block stretch of South First Street prompted Long Grove council members to call for a special meeting to look at plats, stormwater management and the perennial hot topic in this town: Sidewalks. more
The Scott County Democratic Party “Meet and Greet” with gubernatorial candidate Nate Bolton on Wednesday, Feb. 21, from 7 to 10 p.m. at Jersey Grille, has been postponed. more
Congressman Dave Loebsack will have a member of his staff, Jared Mullendore, at the Scott County Library in Eldridge on Tuesday, Feb. 27 from 2-3 p.m. to work with individuals who are having difficulty with a government agency, have suggestions for the congressman, or would just like to share their concerns more
Scott County’s next land use plan will include some new distinctions: Areas highlighted for residential development if annexed into adjoining towns, and a few rural areas on marginal farm land where the county might consider home sites. more
Eldridge, Davenport and Scott County are preparing for more commercial development between the cities by making land available for projects even bigger than the Kraft and Sterilite plants. more
With water clarity complaints gone, the Park View Water and Sanitary District board will look at rate hikes board members say are needed to continue improvements that are clearing up brown water that some residents had gotten used to. more
Princeton City Council moves to the Boll’s Community Center March 8 for three public hearings addressing big changes in the riverfront community. more
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