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About 4,500 acres of Scott County farmland have been ruled ineligible for family farm property tax credits after a more thorough review undertaken this year by the Scott County assessor found the property had been rented out and was no longer eligible for the credit intended for family-farmed property. more
Scott County Supervisors are lukewarm to Walcott’s plan to divert up to $500,000 in taxpayer money as an incentive package for Iowa 80 Truckstop’s planned $10 million expansion. more
Bad advice from Eldridge’s assistant city administrator derailed Hallie Eller’s plan to expand her Sheridan Drive home, and now city council members say they may be forced to revise building lot rules that have governed Eldridge home building decisions for decades. more
Eldridge’s Second Street debuted to rave reviews from hundreds of Hometown Holiday revelers and the business owners who welcomed them into crowded shops. more
Scott County Supervisors unanimously denied Joe and Lori Cawiezell’s request to rezone and divide their rural Long Grove property and build their retirement home. more
Iowa Auditor staffers arrived at Long Grove City Hall this week to review records for their inquiry into suspended public works staffer Joel McCubbin, and a requested city financial audit. more
Eldridge council members gave final approval Monday to a new fireworks ordinance that aligns with county-wide rules allowing fireworks only during Independence Day and New Year’s Eve celebrations. more
Warmer forecasts leave Eldridge leaders heartened that decorative red concrete can be completed and lights erected on Second Street so downtown will be open Dec. 1 for the Hometown Holiday celebration. more
Park View’s new water and sewer operator Brent Earley believes he’s identified operation errors he said contributed to brown and yellow water plaguing residents for years. Earley charted a path forward that seemed to assure about 40 residents gathered for a Nov. 15 Park View Water and Sanitary district meeting. more
Four Scott County residents are among Iowans nominated this month for state boards by Gov. Kim Reynolds. more
New Princeton Council members Amy Simmons and Jami Stutting will be seated at their city’s Dec. 14 council meeting. more
Princeton council members Nov. 9 approved tax increment financing payments of $126,907 this year to Martin/Foit, Inc., which developed three phases of Lost Grove Acres. more
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