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Meet supervisor candidates 6 p.m., Oct. 3 at the North Scott High School auditorium for a forum presented by the Scott County Farm Bureau. more
Bruce Builders, of Eldridge, submitted the low, $22.2 million base bid for Scott County’s next juvenile detention center. more
Scott County supervisors this week will consider a $377,600 design contract to proceed with an estimated $5.7 million in storm water drainage projects in Park View. more
Scott County supervisors on Sept. 15 proclaimed welcoming week in the county, and presented the proclamation to Ann McGlynn. more
Like most area volunteer fire departments, Eldridge is facing an acute volunteer shortage, at the same time the department is on pace to respond to a record 800 calls this year. more
Earlier in my career, I was the festival manager for the Cedar Rapids Freedom Festival, where I had to collaborate and bring together the city government, the convention and visitors bureau, all area non-profits and corporations and get them to all work together to promote and be a part of the festival. more
My name is Rita Vargas, I have been the Scott County Recorder for the past 19 years. I hold a master’s in public administration from Drake University. Additionally, I am certified through the Iowa County Recorders’ Association, I serve on the Vital Records Liaison Committee (VLC), and I am the vice president of the Recorders’ Association District 6. more
I worked 33 years in the banking industry, primarily in commercial, agricultural and municipal finance. I retired in 2015 as market president of Wells Fargo Bank, NA in the Quad Cities, and head of business banking in the Quad Cities and northwest Illinois. more
Scott County supervisors made their county the first in Iowa to effectively ban utility-scale solar panels from rural farmland. more
No federal pandemic aid will be used in the construction of Scott County’s new, $14.45 million juvenile detention center. more
Scott County will patch just over one mile of 210th Street on a border the county shares with Davenport, and hold off repaving that county engineer Angie Kersten believes is necessary. more
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