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Assessed value notices mailed to Scott County property owners this week show 20-30 percent increases that reflect recent jumps in sale prices. more
Eldridge council members Monday approved third and final readings on ordinances altering city codes. Here is a summary of the changes. more
Updated building codes adopted Monday by Eldridge align with Scott County, Bettendorf and Davenport, in preparation for a new statewide code that resolves differences among Iowa cities and towns. more
Eldridge council members on Monday applauded the police community outreach, with some suggesting it is needed to offset rumblings about the department’s stepped-up traffic enforcement. more
Scott County land-use decisions are looming on three issues that need public feedback: more
Scott County supervisors this week will consider authorizing completion of 2.7 miles of road work on 210th Street. The county shares maintenance costs with Davenport for the road that serves as part of the city’s northern border. more
Princeton’s plan to use grant money to cover most of a trail engineering study may face a public referendum. more
The trial run worked wonderfully. more
Look for excavation to begin as early as April for Long Grove’s long-discussed First Street renovation. more
Derek Oldfather couldn’t stop grinning at the crew surrounding him at the Eldridge community center Monday night. more
Eldridge council members say the North Scott school district will not need to extend a new sewer line through the district’s Regional Innovation Center property on South First Street. more
Scott County sheriff’s deputy Chris Laye said he will challenge incumbent sheriff Tim Lane in the June 2024 Republican primary. more
Eldridge will hold off on any changes to a billboard ordinance requested in December to accommodate a new sign on East LeClaire Road. more
An amended Eldridge ordinance will try to keep signs off public right-of-ways. New city code enforcement officer Jeff Martens said those using public right-of-way for private advertisements should expect a call. more
Supervisors added $50 a day to the cost for out-of-county teenagers to stay in the Scott County juvenile detention center. more
A LaCrosse, Wis.-based energy firm will analyze rates for Long Grove’s public and private utility customers, and look at how long-term use and rate trends may affect them. more
Scott County will launch public discussions March 21 on regulating Wolf Carbon Solutions’ pipeline path through the county, and consider setback and depth rules to keep it far away from homes, schools and businesses. more
Eldridge city administrator Tony Rupe says he hopes to one day retire from the city of Eldridge, but not as administrator. more
Public works director Chris Rindler estimated more than $200,000 in Princeton street repairs, including $100,000 to resurface  a portion of the three-block-long Bluff Boulevard off U.S. 67 on the city’s south side. more
Here are links to  North Scott schools documents posted Feb. 13 that show design changes to the Regional Innovation Center, Shepard Elementary and the softball complex. more
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