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Long Grove will turn this year’s Sunday, June 9, Strawberry Festival Day into a weekend of activities, with two extra days of live music, a car show, family games and other surprises. more
A five-member utility advisory committee will guide Long Grove’s electric, water and sewer services, advising the council on rates and expenditures. more
Eldridge council members agreed to bump up the town property tax rate by two cents, which will bring in $3.44 million in property taxes. more
Property acquisition tops the Eldridge council list to commit federal pandemic aid by year’s end. more
Scott County supervisors prepared for this year’s elections by buying $416,000 in new pollbooks, bumping pay for many poll workers, and changing to lump-sum or bundled payments that cover a minimum guaranteed hours. more
Scott County supervisors shut down Riverstone Group’s plan for a concrete and asphalt recycling plant in Mount Joy, saying it is a poor fit for the growing business and residential area between Davenport and Eldridge. more
Eldridge deputy police chief Andrew Lellig bested five other applicants to win the top job, congratulations and thanks from Eldridge council members, Monday. more
Property acquisition? Parks improvements? New equipment? more
Scott County supervisors plan to let Community Health Care operate a homeless medical clinic in part of a little-used county building in central Davenport. more
Barb Vance has handled taxpayer money 45 years for Scott County, and she’s not done yet. more
Longtime Eldridge city engineer Greg Schaapveld will be the new Scott County Planning and Development director. more
Eldridge council members dropped the city’s long affiliation with Brooks Law attorneys and hired Allison Wright, of Pappas and Wright, Rock Island, for the city’s most frequent legal needs. more
Eldridge council members were scheduled to consider 14.3 percent raises for public works director Brian Wessel and sewer plant superintendent Tony Rupe as part of a transition plan for consolidating management of those departments. more
Princeton’s city trail committee will live on, and consider other uses for the $50,000 the city has saved over the past 10 years for a U.S. 67 trail. more
Scott County’s new information technology strategic assessment advises a bigger staff to collaborate more directly with county departments, not just respond to tech requests. more
Scott County supervisors selected Ken Beck to continue as board chairman, at the Jan. 2 organizational meeting held at the administration center. more
Eldridge council members approved new stop signs for roads in Eldridge’s newest subdivisions. more
Should the city of Eldridge improve the amplification of council meetings now, or wait until a new city hall is built? more
Without a word of public discussion, Eldridge council members voted 4-0 at a special Jan. 2 meeting to pay a negotiated retirement settlement of $122,726 to police chief Joe Sisler, including a full year’s salary, accrued vacation, sick time and comp time, and a lump sum to his retirement account. more
Eldridge council members voted 4-0 Tuesday to pay $122,726 to police chief Joe Sisler, including a full year’s salary, accrued vacation, sick time and comp time, and a lump sum to his retirement account. more
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