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Scott County supervisors saluted MEDIC ambulance director Linda Fredericksen, who retired after 28 years, including 19 as director. more
Scott County supervisors took a first step towards blocking an asphalt plant and concrete recycling yard in Mount Joy that some neighbors say is too close to the airport. more
Eldridge city council members are scheduled to vote publicly Jan. 2 on a retirement deal offered to police chief Joe Sisler. more
Eldridge electric and water utility board members raised water rates 10 percent, effective Feb. 1, to cover “additional expenses necessary for infrastructure repairs,” according to the board’s Dec. 9 agenda. more
Creating a Long Grove utility board will require more study, some residents willing to serve, and referendum vote. more
Princeton’s next council will have to decide the fate of $50,000 in taxpayer funds already earmarked for a new trail, and perhaps another $42,500 in privately raised funds held by the Princeton Recreational Trails nonprofit. more
The Scott County Library has a 25-year lease through 2050 to remain at the Eldridge headquarters owned by the city of Eldridge. more
In a courtroom with family, friends, and four Eldridge elected officials, former Eldridge city clerk was sentenced to a $10,000 fine, 200 hours of community service, two years of probation and no jail time for taking Eldridge taxpayer funds. more
Scott County expects a $1.4 million operating deficit in the first fiscal year of turning Medic countywide ambulance service from a nonprofit to a countywide department. more
Davenport’s downtown two-way street conversion in 2025 will bring traffic light changes affecting Scott County’s administration building, courthouse and jail. more
An irrigation line leak at R&L Carriers’ 300 Slopertown Road sent 1.4 million gallons into a ditch, and ran up an $11,540 sewer bill. more
Eldridge council member Bruce Cheek condemned fellow council members and city staff, and insulted former mayor Marty O'Boyle, before leaving Monday's council after nine minutes. more
In his final month as Princeton mayor, Kevin Kernan ended his town’s 10-year pursuit of a recreational trail, acknowledging residents’ concerns about the route along U.S. 67, and the town’s ability to cover any costs. more
Eldridge council will meet in closed session 5:30 p.m., Dec. 6, to continue hearing police chief Joe Sisler’s appeal to keep his job. more
Eldridge will offer the Scott County Library a 25-year agreement at a rate equal to the city’s insurance costs for the building. more
The council agreed to extend yard waste free curbside collection through Dec. 4. more
Eldridge city council members said the RILCO renovation of the old Bawden printing plant may proceed without  some sidewalks, but the company will need to extend 16th Avenue by 2026. more
McCausland residents have expressed an interest in reforming a parks and recreation board. more
Long Grove voters elected Julie Gephart on 17 write-in ballots to fill an at-large vacancy on the council. more
Kierra Looney received 16 write-in votes to win a Donahue council seats. She joins incumbent Adam Ganzer, who was on the ballot and got 76 votes. more
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