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County road F58 will get a new asphalt surface from Durant to Walcott by a long-time county contractor who got a stern warning from Scott County Board chairman Ken Beck. more
Courtesy Ford added $4,488.64 to each of three Transit vans ordered by Scott County supervisors  last June. more
Supervisors promoted county human resources assistant Vanessa Wierman to  succeed Mary Thee as director. The board hired Wierman at $101,234 to replace Thee, who also served as assistant administrator. more
Food truck vendors interested in Eldridge customers will have to pay a $125 annual fee for the privilege. more
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Mississippi Valley volunteer Laura Wiley, and Brianna Prewitt accepted a National Mentoring Month proclamation from mayor Frank King. more
New Scott County treasurer Tony Knobbe says he brings a supervisor’s eye on the budget to his new department head position. more
Scott County will appoint, not elect, a successor to supervisor Tony Knobbe,  and interested residents should get resumés in by Jan. 24. more
A $33,500 study will chart Scott County’s path to assume MEDIC ambulance and make it a countywide department. more
Scott County supervisors stuck with red to mow roadsides, replacing two Case IH tractors with 2023 models that came in $27,783, or 8.5 percent lower than those in John Deere green. more
Scott County will appoint, not elect, a successor to supervisor Tony Knobbe,  and interested residents should get resumes in by Jan. 24. more
A proposed recreational zoning ordinance accepts 13 county, state or federal parks in the county, establishes new zoning requirements for any new public parks, and allows special-permitted private parks “on a case-by-case basis.” more
Eldridge council members tweaked a food truck ordinance on the second of three required readings. more
Long Grove is taking its first steps to consider the sale of the city’s electric utility. more
Eldridge’s First Street and LeClaire Road intersection will remain closed through winter, after cold weather hit before concrete could be poured. more
Princeton council members will initiate work sessions with the city attorney to craft tax cuts and other incentives for developing the Anderson 400 bluff-top property  annexed into the city in 2018. more
Expect to see a lot of the city’s contracted engineer Jason McKenzie through March. more
After weeks of public discussion about new parking rules, Long Grove welcomes residents’ feedback on nine new rules and nine special provisions for RVs and boats. more
The Eldridge Rec and Fitness Center will become a North Scott schools wrestling practice gym to handle an explosion of interest from boys and girls in the sport. more
Wait for it. A text and alert on your cell phone 1 p.m. Sunday is just Scott County Emergency Management Agency’s first test of a warning system it has yet to use. more
Federal pandemic aid continues to lift Scott County’s general fund balances at fiscal year end, according to an audit through June 30. more
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