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Eldridge City Clerk Denise Benson accepts a petition Dec. 3 from Nadine Schwarz with more than 300 signatures seeking a vote on Eldridge's borrowing plan for a proposed YMCA. more
New tax impact estimates from the city of Eldridge and the North Scott school district suggest the owner of a $300,000 Eldridge home would spend no more than $70 annually to finance a new fitness center. more
North Scott School District voters will go to the polls March 3 for one of perhaps two referenda on financing the construction and maintenance of a North Scott YMCA. more
Organizers of a petition calling for a vote on Eldridge’s YMCA funding say they’ll continue adding signatures after an hour-long public hearing Monday on the city’s share of the project. more
"I don’t waste $113 on fast food even when I travel. But even if I did, I didn’t find your cavalier statement to be all that helpful ..." more
Scott County Supervisors support Eldridge’s sales and property tax financing for a proposed YMCA, and the city’s plan for up to $10 million in tax rebates for prospective business development. But supervisors last week opposed use of tax increment funding for Eldridge’s next trail extension. more
Eldridge’s next city administrator will be chosen by council members with input from department heads, office staff, town committee and board members and the public, hiring consultant Patrick Callahan told the council Monday. more
Oct. 27, 2004: Members of the Scott and Clinton county boards of supervisors and the Veterans Affairs Commission approved designating Old Highway 61 at “Veterans Highway” in both counties. more
Three candidates are on  the Nov. 5 Eldridge ballot to fill three of the city's five council seats. more
Eldridge levied its first nuisance fines since hiking penalties, assessing $1,750 against a resident cited repeatedly for building code violations. more
Eldridge council members hired Callahan Municipal Consultants for $14,000 to help replace retiring city administrator John Dowd. more
After months of waiting, and then watching the North Scott School Board commit to funding up to $7 million for a proposed YMCA, the Eldridge City Council has officially decided to join the party. more
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