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Long Grove Council members accepted clerk Rosina Guyer’s resignation, while dropping unsubtle hints they would welcome her back if her next job doesn’t work out. more
After nearly two years of discussions, council members set a target price and minimum bid to sell its old fire truck. more
Scott County will keep a front-lobby greeter to manage customers at the administration building, and add one to the County General Store through the  pandemic restrictions. more
Long Grove council members are planning community meetings for input on water treatment upgrades and options to pay for them. more
Princeton council members on Thursday will consider an ordinance restricting all-terrain and utility vehicles to daytime hours. more
Eldridge council members extended Republic Services’ waste-hauling contract another five years, with 2-percent annual fee increases from 2022 through 2025. more
Long Grove will be looking for some new council and city hall faces. more
Two proposed residential developments in Eldridge are prompting council members to look at the city’s long-standing policies against incentives for residential development, and city stormwater management plans and fees. more
A countywide curfew forced Eldridge council members to delay their planned return to live, public meetings, which had been suspended for health concerns. more
Eldridge council members meet 7 p.m. Monday, June 1 at the Community Center for their first live meeting since switching to online Zoom sessions during the pandemic shutdown. more
Princeton moved ahead with contracts totaling $658,637 to build a new well to replace one shutdown years ago for nitrate contamination. more
Long Grove council members voted unanimously to allow Dale Grunwald to begin selling lots on his Winfield Estates Second addition. more
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