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Princeton’s base water and sewer rates will each rise $1.25 per year through 2025 under ordinances approved Aug. 5 by Princeton council members. more
A new fire station will be part of Long Grove’s long-term capital plans on city property by the water tower. more
Eldridge city administrator Lisa Kotter is on administrative leave following a harassment complaint by a city employee. more
Eldridge will consider a crackdown on RVs and boats parked on city streets longer than 48 hours. more
Stay tuned in 2022 for Eldridge’s $15,000 Sesquicentennial fireworks show. more
A select group of visitors and donors were treated to quite a unique experience in downtown Wilton July 23, as a special event was held to honor Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds. Also in attendance were U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst and Congresswoman Mariannette Miller-Meeks. more
Gov. Kim Reynolds appointed seven new members to the Iowa State Board of Health on Friday, two weeks after the panel cancelled a meeting due to vacancies. more
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
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