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Congressman Dave Loebsack announced Monday that in the interest of public safety and to help slow the spread of COVID-19, or coronavirus, he will be closing his physical offices in Iowa City, Davenport and Washington, D.C., effective March 17. All staff will continue to serve Iowans via teleworking. Iowans will be able to reach Rep. Loebsack's office during normal business hours (8:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m. CDT) and all emails will continued to be monitored on a regular basis. Additionally, office hours held by Loebsack’s District Representatives in all 24 counties will be canceled until further notice. more
Scott County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections Roxanna Moritz announced Monday that she is asking the Scott County Board of Supervisors for spending authority to mail absentee ballot requests to county voters ahead of the June 2, 2020 Primary Election. She said that she is seeking this authority to reduce in person voting in an effort to combat spread of COVID-19. more
Sen. Mark Lofgren, R-Muscatine, files nomination papers with Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate. more
Long Grove’s city engineer this week will help council members determine if Dale Grunwald can resume lot sales in his Winfield Estates Second Addition on the city’s south side. more
A private security firm will serve the Scott County Administration Center for the first time after supervisors approved spending nearly $70,000 a year for hired guards to take the place of full-time county bailiffs. more
Rising property values, austere budgeting and some reserve funds will allow Eldridge council members to consider a 1.1-percent increase in the tax levy, while the rate will actually go down a penny. more
Kwik Star will begin work this year on a new gas station convenience store at the southwest corner of Interstate 280 and U.S. 61. more
Scott County Supervisors will decide March 19 if they’ll support Terry and Zach Ralfs’ state application to expand the family’s hog feeding operation near Maysville. more
Next come the architects. Then comes a land transfer, and a partnership so the Scott County Family YMCA, North Scott Schools and the City of Eldridge can start construction in 2021 on a fitness center overwhelmingly approved by voters. more
State Rep. Norlin Mommsen, R-De Witt, filed his nomination petitions with the Secretary of State’s Office Feb. 26 to seek reelection to District 97 in the Iowa House this fall. more
Davenport attorney Jazmin Newton joins the race for Scott County Supervisor as a Democrat focused on growth. more
Scott County Supervisors chairman Tony Knobbe will seek his second term on county board. more
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