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The MEDIC ambulance service serving most of Scott County is asking county supervisors to make it an intergovernmental partner and enjoy tax and other revenue benefits only available to cities and counties. more
Scott County Auditor Roxanna Moritz is one of 14 county auditors named by Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate to a bipartisan Auditors’ Working Group to assist in the administration of elections and sharing of best practices. more
Scott County has set a 6 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 4 meeting to present proposed landlord regulations for apartments in the rural county, most of which are in Park View. 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
Scott County Supervisors added two more sheriff’s bailiffs to the county payroll, bringing to 13 the number of new hires authorized by the board since Sheriff Tim Lane took office in January 2017. more
Construction work on Eldridge’s sewer plant upgrade and pipeline expansion will come in at about $11.77 million, or 2.8 percent higher than the initial $11.44 million contracts. more
Snow fence and yellow caution tape went up in Eldridge parks this week as the city implemented a new phase of Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds’ virus response. more
Scott County leaders hope to present this fall some draft rental property ordinance proposals aimed at curbing more than 2,000 emergency calls to Park View over the past two years. more
Supervisors exempted 1,843 acres from property taxes under Iowa’s Slough Bill law that allows counties to waive tax liability for land maintained as prairie, forest cover or other environmental purposes. more
Four Emily Acres condominium owners asked for Eldridge’s help to pressure builder Paul Anderson to complete sodding and landscaping they say were promised but never delivered. more
Eldridge City Council members will explore allowing a non-profit partnership of Genesis Health Systems to use city of Eldridge borrowing authority for a tax-exempt $10-million loan. more
Eldridge inched closer to financing the city’s share of an estimated $14 million YMCA with votes to set public hearings on borrowing plans. more
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