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More than $500,000 in technology contracts will make old Scott County records accessible to today’s residents. more
As early as April, Eldridge council members were alerted to liability concerns based on fired police officer Andrew Denoyer’s on-duty sex abuse of a minor two years earlier. more
The NSP sent surveys Oct. 5 to nine candidates for three Eldridge council seats. Deadline was Friday, Oct. 13. more
Expect the Eldridge council to offer a lease that will keep the Scott County Library in town at least another 25 years, at a rate the library can afford. more
Ken Schoenthaler has a lot to be optimistic about these days. more
A new three-page credit card policy formalizes checks and balances Mayor Frank King said were adopted after the former city clerk was arrested on city credit card fraud charges. more
MEDIC ambulance will retain its own, separate dispatching crew working side-by-side with Scott Emergency Communications Center when Scott County assumes the ambulance service Jan. 1. more
Eldridge adopted new rules for public meetings and freedom of information requests that formally limit public speaking time, and add fees for some record requests. more
Eldridge faces an open records lawsuit alleging the city unlawfully held closed meetings about hiring a new clerk, then redacted emails from council candidate Tisha Bousselot inquiring about the council’s closed meeting discussions. more
The Scott County Library would see approximately $140 per month, or a 35 percent monthly rent increase under a proposal to be vetted and voted on at Eldridge’s 7 p.m., Oct. 16 council meeting at the community center. more
Nine candidates will fill an Eldridge ballot for three seats on the Eldridge council. more
Long Grove needs new speed limits, stop and yield signs for the town’s renovated First Street, and new subdivision, and perhaps the entire town. more
Heavier attendance at Eldridge council meetings suggests a change in meeting places. more
Eldridge city council approved an 8 percent raise for building inspector Ray Nees Monday. more
ADM contributed $8,630 to the Princeton Trails committee, a contribution that could be key in advancing the design of a trail through town. more
Eldridge council members hope to provide some direction about the future of Scott County Library before the Nov. 7 election. more
The Eldridge council approved the final of three readings applying a new, planned residential overlay district on the Grunwald Grove second addition already zoned R-3 for multi-family homes. The overlay district was created to allow developer Dale Grunwald to build attached, four-plex townhomes, instead of the condominium buildings allowed under R-3. more
Eldridge council members officially welcomed RILCO to town with a series of votes that implements the $3.5 million in property tax rebates the council agreed to earlier this summer. more
Denise Benson’s guilty plea on two of five criminal charges comes with a restitution order for $36,346.20 to the city of Eldridge, for losses that totaled $82,786.33. more
Supervisors hired Ted Breckenfelder as a senior assistant county attorney for $109,699 per year, with two weeks’ vacation. Breckenfelder is a private practice attorney in Bettendorf who replaces Caleb Copley. more
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