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Princeton council members on Thursday will consider an ordinance restricting all-terrain and utility vehicles to daytime hours. more
The Eldridge Utility Board declined adding a back-up power line to the city after hearing annual price tags of up to $676,000. more
Votes already are coming in on Park View Owners' Association dues hike referendum, which needs participation by 60 percent of the community’s 953 property owners. more
Long Grove council members are planning community meetings for input on water treatment upgrades and options to pay for them. more
The Dittmer family’s Grand View farms will add another confined feeding operation, JT Cleona Pork LLC near Stockton. more
This is the year Park View Water and Sanitary District will tackle major water and sewer system improvements reflected in a board’s proposed spending plans. more
Princeton moved ahead with contracts totaling $658,637 to build a new well to replace one shutdown years ago for nitrate contamination. more
Larry Guy left some pretty big shoes in Blue Grass. Fortunately, he developed lots of people to fill them. more
Scott County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections Roxanna Moritz announced Monday that she is asking the Scott County Board of Supervisors for spending authority to mail absentee ballot requests to county voters ahead of the June 2, 2020 Primary Election. She said that she is seeking this authority to reduce in person voting in an effort to combat spread of COVID-19. more
Scott County Engineer Jon Burgstrum announced his retirement at Tuesday's Scott County Supervisors. He plans to wrap up his career leading the county’s Secondary Roads Department on Dec. 31. more
Since 2011 Eldridge's city-owned fitness center has received $57,208 in subsidies, and that amount is enough to convince park board members to close it regardless of the outcome of the March 3 YMCA referenda. more
A private security firm will serve the Scott County Administration Center for the first time after supervisors approved spending nearly $70,000 a year for hired guards to take the place of full-time county bailiffs. more
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