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The all-is-well-on-the-economic-front message delivered by an official from the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Sept. 24 fell short of answering attendees’ concerns at a First Central State Bank and Ohnward Bancshares Inc. hosted summit. more
When a gullywasher hits Long Grove two or three years from now, storm water will either pool in Long Grove’s Schultz Park for a day or two, or linger in an upland detention area first to avoid flooding the park. more
Bill Fennelly’s retirement after 23 years as Scott County Treasurer leaves a vacancy that Scott County voters will fill with either his son, Mike, or Jane Duax. more
Scott County Recorder Rita Vargas is seeking her fifth term and faces Republican Mindy Ortiz Carpenter, a 39-year veteran of the recorder’s office who now serves as a real estate specialist. more
The City of Eldridge has a building inspector  for the long haul, or at least as long as they’ll have him. more
The Scott County Republican Party will hold its 10th Annual Ronald Reagan Dinner on Tuesday, Oct. 16, at the Quad Cities Waterfront Convention Center, Bettendorf.  more
Park View Water and Sanitary District trustees found cause to formally fire Joel McCubbin, the district’s longtime public works manager who had been on unpaid suspension since Aug. 29, 2017. more
Park View faces at least $5.25 million in sewer treatment plant upgrades, the cheapest of three proposals being considered by Park View Water and Sanitary District trustees. more
Davenport West industrial technology teacher and Project Lead the Way advisor Greg Smith is one of seven members appointed by Gov. Kim Reynolds to serve on the first Governor’s Teachers Cabinet. Smith is also the recipient of the 2017 Kemin I.O.W.A. STEM Teacher Award. 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
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
The corporate campus planned for Princeton now may include options for condo suites above business offices. more
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