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Industry officials are optimistic that state lawmakers next year will approve a measure requiring retailers to sell higher blends of biofuels. more
Scott County supervisor Ken Croken drew 14 people – mostly supportive – to his July 27 meeting in Eldridge against a proposed 40-bed juvenile detention center, and for more county spending to prevent juvenile crime. more
Eldridge welcomed two more police officers, filling ranks to the full nine for the first time this year. more
All but four of 16 Scott County towns have submitted applications for their shares of $8.3 million in American Rescue Act funds ahead of an Aug. 22 deadline. more
Scott County, Davenport and Bettendorf taxpayers are pitching in $2 million to establish a juvenile assessment center that parents, teachers or almost anyone can call before kids get into bigger trouble. more
Eldridge’s South First Street bike trail extension looked too good for Ryan Iossi to pass up. more
Long Grove council members mapped out a 10-year capital improvement plan that relies on $14.67 million in property taxes, grants, water rate increases and loans, but not a new property tax debt levy. more
New Eldridge police chief Joe Sisler plans many more community outreach events in a town that he says really supported the department through three stormy months since former chief Dave Kopatich retired. more
The next residential lots sold in Eldridge must retain enough topsoil to grow a lawn. A new Eldridge ordinance intends to prevent builders stripping good dirt from new subdivisions. more
Princeton council members on July 8 chose Zach Phares from among four applicants to fill a vacant council seat. But voters may see all four names on the November ballot. more
A veteran Eldridge police officer will be the next chief after Mayor Marty O’Boyle said he’ll consider only internal applicants. The mayor said he’ll have his recommendation ready for council consideration July 19. more
Long Grove council members will be all ears for a 7 p.m., Tuesday, July 13 public hearing on the city’s capital improvement and financing plan. more
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