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A new state audit disclosed 16 critical findings of Princeton financial oversight, including an improperly enacted garbage rate increase, some unreconciled account balances, and a continuing lack of a second signature or oversight on monthly bills. more
Veteran Eldridge police Sgt. Joe Sisler accepted council appointment as interim chief in a contentious council meeting Monday night that revealed simmering conflicts between mayor Marty O’Boyle and council member Bruce Cheek. more
For years, the state auditor warned Buffalo, like most other smaller Iowa town councils, to get more eyes on city fiscal documents. more
Nearly 20 years of Long Grove’s needs and aspirations are wrapped up in 30 pages of capital improvement plans that would address them over the next 20 years. more
Richard Bauer was happy in Las Vegas 30 years ago when he learned of an interesting job opening in his home town. more
Princeton council members expect their new mobile home park ordinance to prompt big changes at Rivercrest Estates, a 28-acre park where abandoned and dilapidated trailers decay alongside newer, better-kept homes. more
Scott County’s next auditor likely will have one advantage Roxanna Moritz says she lacked in her final term following 20 years of elected service. more
North Scott schools withdrew, for now, a plan to rezone about 1.45 acres of junior high property for five new, student-built home lots. more
Eldridge is ready to spend $38,051 this month for new lights for Sheridan Meadows ball diamonds, just part of the improvements needed for the Aug. 14-21 International Softball Congress 75th Annual ISC Men’s fast pitch world tournament. more
Scott County supervisors will decide this month when voters will have a say in replacing retiring county auditor Roxanna Moritz. more
Long Grove residents may weigh in April 20 on the council’s long term projects to improve parts of First, Grove and Main streets, upgrade water and sewer treatment and upgrade the electric service. more
Princeton council members wished public works foreman Josh Genz well, cut him a $4,607.03 check for unused vacation and compensatory time, and accepted his resignation following six years of service to his hometown. more
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