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Five candidates run for three nominations more
A wide First Street with sidewalks and gutters would be illuminated by halogen lamps suspended from wire criss-crossed overhead. more
Four candidates run for three nominations more
Long Grove  council members gave clerk Rosina Guyer a big raise and a new title for her leadership and education in exchange for a five-year commitment to stay on with the city she’s worked for since 2016. more
Eldridge council members awarded interim city administrator Tony Rupe a 10-percent pay increase Monday, and at least three council members said they’re ready to dispense with the “interim” title he’s carried six months. more
Demolition could begin as early as July and construction launched in October for a two-story Scott County juvenile detention center estimated to cost $26,070,000, supervisors learned Tuesday. more
Eldridge launches a busy construction season this month with the $4.8 million widening of First Street and LeClaire Road, and Central Scott Telephone installing fiber connections throughout town. more
Scott County supervisors will spend just over $1 million to seal and fill county road cracks through 2026. more
MEDIC ambulance service needs taxpayer help, and Scott County supervisors heard new options that would allow the county-wide ambulance service to directly tax residents. more
Lewis Machine & Tool will begin one-day-a-month outdoor testing of grenade launchers using inert chalk loads to measure distance. more
Another church is seeking property tax exemption from Scott County supervisors. more
Princeton will schedule a special discussion on spending the city’s $140,976 pandemic relief federal check, with a portion already earmarked for water and sewer improvements. more
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