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Asphalt will cover the gravel road leading to the Wapsi Center, near Dixon, part of a $804,228 paving contract awarded last week by the Scott County Board of Supervisors. more
Development in rural Scott County will follow a new land use map intended to steer development away from unincorporated land and toward areas that could be annexed into cities. more
Princeton’s new fire truck rolled up to the town’s firehouse last week, but could go no farther. 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
Asphalt will cover the gravel road leading to the Wapsi Center, near Dixon, part of a $804,228 paving contract awarded last week by the Scott County Board of Supervisors. more
Scott County Supervisors remain on track to record and post digital audio of meetings by summer’s end — but no sooner — after the board voted down supervisor Brinson Kinzer’s motion to post audio immediately. more
Development in rural Scott County will follow a new land use map intended to steer development away from unincorporated land and toward areas that could be annexed into cities. more
Eldridge leaders invite public participation 4-6 p.m. Tuesday, April 24, at the Eldridge Community Center to learn about possibilities for expanding Blackhawk Trail and Hillandale Road. more
Iowa voters will have an opportunity to witness a forum involving all the candidates running for governor in the state’s June 5 contested primary elections. more
Memories of North Scott School District’s tumultuous 2011 elections echoed in conversation at the board’s McCausland April 10 forum. But it was school traffic safety that dominated talks among four of seven board members, the full McCausland council and four residents. more
A new tenant for the old R.R. Donnelley printing plant plans for nine loading docks added to the south of the 320,000-square-foot building, owner Dave Petersen told Eldridge City Council members Monday. more
A $546,000 federal grant and loan package will help Princeton build a new well to shore up current water needs and prepare for growth on 430 acres just annexed into town. more
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