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Thirty-two Scott County property taxpayers already have signed up for formal assessment reviews that begin in May. more
Princeton resident Bill Grunder said the ballot box is about the only place Iowans can seek relief on recent property value increases. more
New street repair estimates exceeding $2.2 million prompted some Princeton council members to suggest foregoing a trail plan, and instead borrow to improve River Drive, Third, Fourth and Fifth streets. more
Scott County Supervisors voted April 13 to make MEDIC a countywide department, assuming its fleet of vehicles and three buildings. more
Scott County will take on a countywide ambulance service and add nine new full-time positions as part of a 2023-24 budget that cuts the tax rate a fraction for rural property owners, and leaves the rate unchanged for city property owners. more
Stormwater and road work in Mount Joy will consume all of the $5 million in federal pandemic aid supervisors allotted, but won’t cover even half of the needs identified in a new engineering study. more
Nevada Lemke says her six years with the city of Davenport provided a variety of leadership roles that groomed her for city administration. more
Eldridge council members will consider putting the city’s fitness center up for sale, just as the North Scott YMCA prepares to open. more
County officials dead-set against a carbon waste pipeline across Scott County are hosting a rally at North Scott High School, Monday, Nov. 28, to cultivate more opposition to the ADM project. more
Eldridge’s Easter afternoon power outage spurred more talk, and a council member’s call to action on a second MidAmerican power line to the city’s utility. more
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