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Pandemic aid totaling $11.4 million would cover just a fraction of Park View storm drainage and road improvements needs, county engineer Angie Kersten told supervisors Monday. more
Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. across Scott County for city and school elections on Tuesday, Nov. 2. more
Here are candidates for rural Scott County mayor and town councils. Responses are included from candidates who returned NSP surveys. more
This is an edited transcript from the North Scott Press and Eldridge North Scott Chamber of Commerce candidate forum Oct. 20 at the Eldridge Community Center. more
This is an edited transcript from the North Scott Press and Eldridge North Scott Chamber of Commerce candidate forum Oct. 20 at the Eldridge Community Center. more
Lisa Kotter returned to Eldridge council chambers Monday to request her job back, drawing support from two council members’ wives, former Geneseo mayor Kathy Duda, council member Bruce Cheek and council candidate Tisha Bousselot. more
The North Scott Press Eldridge forum features a 30-minute Q&A with mayoral candidates Marty O'Boyle and Frank King, and an hour-long discussions with council candidates Tisha Bousselot, Dan Collins, Brian Dockery and April Rus. more
Eight-year council incumbent and fire chief Karen Woomert, newly appointed council member Zach Phares, and Ethan Bettis are running for two seats. more
Incumbent Kevin Kernan and city parks committee chairman Teri Applegate. more
Iowa American Water put a $2 million value on Princeton’s water and sewer system and proposed a sale that would leave the city with about $448,000 after paying off $1.5 million in system debts. more
Eldridge council members Monday evening promoted wastewater superintendent Tony Rupe to assistant city administrator, asked him to continue serving as interim city administrator and gave him a pay raise equal to 90 percent of Lisa Kotter’s salary. more
The NSP and the North Scott school district present six school board candidates for a forum 7 p.m. today, Oct. 13. more
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