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Look for a half-million dollars in street patching this year and next under contracts approved Monday by Eldridge council members. more
Princeton council members agreed to pay ex-police chief Wyatt Heyvaert $4,161 in unpaid compensatory, vacation and sick time after dismissing him July 12 from city staff. more
Supervisors have spent about $9 million of the county’s $32.3 million pandemic aid check. more
Let the petition-passing begin. more
Scott County will forego carbon pipeline regulation for now after learning about a new federal court ruling, meeting with Wolf Carbon Solutions staff, and hearing support from an ADM executive and a national pipefitters union leader. more
Princeton residents will find out terms of former police chief Wyatt Heyvaert’s resignation only after he has approved it. more
Supervisors bought 80 heavy-duty Panasonic Toughbook laptops and extra memory for sheriff’s squads and conservation officer vehicles for $315,945.60. more
Scott County supervisors allocated $100,000 of federal pandemic relief to the Visit Quad Cities tourism agency, to help cover expenses and bidding fees that bring new events to the region. more
Eldridge will convene a public, committee of the whole meeting to discuss the Scott County Library’s renewed lease of the city-owned headquarters at 200 North Sixth Ave., Eldridge. more
Changes to development and traffic ordinances will be coming before the council next month. more
Wyatt Heyvaert resigned his new Princeton city manager position a week after a council investigation into concerns he had missed scheduled work hours and damaged a squad car. more
Princeton has an engineering firm willing to take on trail design, but still faces council concerns about the town’s ability to afford anything more than a design. more
The council approved the second of three readings amending sidewalk ordinances to allow the council to waive requirements in industrially zoned areas. On Monday, the council added a requirement that property owners alert the county recorder if a waiver is approved. more
Event organizers – not the city of Eldridge – would be responsible for verifying licensing and insurance obligations for alcohol venders at public events, including the Moonlight Chase, Sheridan Meadows concerts and other North Scott Chamber of Commerce events. more
The council will allow homebuilders in the new Ivy Acres subdivision to add basements with underground sump pump discharge connections to a buried stormwater main. more
The next Eldridge police applicants may live within 30 miles of Eldridge after council members removed a city requirement they live within Scott County. more
Eldridge council members Monday awarded assistant city administrator Jeff Martens a 16 percent raise recognizing his performance and expansion of duties in his first six months. more
Eldridge council members committed $473,000 in patching projects this year to fix streets, including some that took a beating as detour routes. more
Long Grove water main work from Schultz Park to First Street and Grove Road is done, with seeding completed this season, and sod possible in the fall if needed. more
Eldridge council member Bruce Cheek said he has no intention of closing the Scott County Library headquarters. more
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