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Eldridge city leaders may be taking another look at the city’s fireworks ordinance. more
Princeton’s new sidewalk ordinance will clarify rules and practices, and give the council authority to enforce or waive requirements for sidewalks in new and existing neighborhoods. more
Scott County voting equipment will be protected in new steel cages purchased for $115,244 to deter tampering at polling places. more
Resurfacing work should begin about Aug. 5 on Cadda and Slopertown roads. more
Scott County will borrow $12.68 million for the Iowa-side share of a regional emergency dispatching network. more
A member of Congressman Dave Loebsack’s staff will be at the Scott County Library in Eldridge  from 2-3 p.m. on Tuesday, July 23. more
The chickens are coming to roost at Grand Haven. more
Park View residents can see plans for the community’s new water treatment system, ask questions and learn more from Water and Sanitary District operator Brent Earley at an open house, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Wednesday, July 24 at the Park View Owners Association office, 16 Lincoln Ave. more
Long Grove council members will consider making an offer on the closed First Central State Bank to serve as the next city hall. more
The North Scott School Board election is still more than four months away, and candidates can’t even officially throw their hats into the ring until Aug. 26. more
City Administrator John Dowd officially alerted council members to his planned April 1 retirement after 30 years serving the city. more
Scott County Supervisors on June 27 approved Sheriff Tim Lane’s request for three 2019 Ford Explorer Police Interceptors at the same unit price as eight others bought by supervisors in May. more
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