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Supervisors hired a private hauler to assist with fortifying county gravel roads still suffering from last year’s wet spring and winter. more
Eldridge council members signed off on completion of an $8.4 million upgrade of the city wastewater treatment plant. more
Princeton City Council changed the time and location of this month's council meeting. more
City administrator Lisa Kotter walked the path of Eldridge’s rail bed trail shaded beneath a tree canopy unlike any other portion of the First Street trail. more
Former Buffalo deputy city clerk Riki Harrington faces felony theft charges arising from a new state audit disclosing $40,000 in fees paid to the city, but never deposited. more
Eldridge city council members agreed to pay $38,200 to Shive Hattery Engineering this fiscal year, so the city can get a jump on about $600,000 worth of projects at the start of the fiscal year, June 1. more
Scott County board chairman Tony Knobbe said supervisors should focus on reducing spending and planning for longer term fiscal impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, and leave economic stimulus to state and federal leaders. more
Scott County supervisors meeting April 16 launched work to improve three consecutive U.S. 61 intersections to address long-standing accident risks, and accommodate a new Kwik Star planned on the south side of the highway, just west of the Interstate 280 exit. more
Abrupt drops of sales and fuel taxes, and delays in spring property tax payments will force Scott County Supervisors  to rely more heavily on reserves and delay planned discussions on jail and juvenile detention expansion. County budget director David Farmer calculated about $1.8 million in lost revenue so far. That includes: more
Rebids on Park View’s water system overhaul came in significantly lower, allowing the Water and Sanitary District Board to award a $1,294,802 contract to Valley Construction. more
Eldridge police report good compliance with playground restrictions because of the pandemic, but some council members questioned whether officers should continue to be allowed to use the fitness center. more
Long Grove residents should launch a local civil defense group to identify and recruit skilled volunteers, and stockpile food and other supplies for long-term power outages or other disasters. more
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