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Eldridge residents and council members teamed up to apply for trail funds from a pandemic-related state relief package. more
Princeton council members made good on promises to improve Pineo Grove addition roads. more
Eldridge city administrator Lisa Kotter offered these answers to NSP questions. more
Scott County’s Republican supervisors picked former Davenport council member Kerri Tompkins Tuesday to be county auditor and manage county voting through the November 2022 elections. more
Eldridge council members head into a June 7 meeting with a packed agenda to face up to festering conflicts that all members pledged to end. more
Long Grove will pursue citywide street, water and sewer upgrades with a series of water rate hikes to be determined by the council, but without a property tax increase. more
Scott County will take a harder look at offering bidding discounts to local vendors from Scott and surrounding counties. more
Scott County’s Republican supervisors have agreed to appoint the only auditor candidate they have interviewed, and Democrats launched a petition drive to call for election, and plan further challenges. more
Eldridge council members approved more than $30,000 in police equipment and services in a contentious, three-hour meeting Monday where interim chief Joe Sisler, and newly promoted interim Sgt. Andrew Lellig accused the council of disrespecting the department and its personnel. more
Eldridge leaders hope its first-ever general obligation bond AA rating will draw interest bids of 2 percent or lower. more
Scott County supervisors are sending bills totaling $46,116.75 to North Scott and other school districts for holding tax referenda in March. more
Linda Miller, of Bettendorf, will continue serving as director of Iowa’s Department on Aging. more
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