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Princeton Council members Monday accepted the resignation of Amy Simmons from council. more
Scott County Supervisors raised the county property tax rates for a second consecutive year, approving the first back-to-back tax rate increases since 2003. more
Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate on March 31 announced that his office plans to mail an absentee ballot request form to every active registered voter in the state ahead of the June 2 primary. The forms will be sent in mid-late April and will include prepaid postage for return mailing to county auditors. more
Scott County Supervisors approved Terry and Zach Ralfs’ expansion of their confined hog feeding operation near Maysville. more
Eldridge police report good compliance with playground restrictions because of the pandemic, but some council members questioned whether officers should continue to be allowed to use the fitness center. more
New Park View landlords pledged cooperation with neighbors and county officials who want city-like rental property inspection and law enforcement for Iowa’s largest community without a city government. more
Scott County Supervisor Ken Beck foresees a county where residents can get mental health treatment as easy as any other medical service. more
Scott County Supervisors approved negotiated 2.5-percent raises for deputies, but declined jail officers’ request to form their own, new union. more
Scott County Supervisors voted down county auditor Roxanna Moritz’s recommendation that absentee ballot requests be sent to every active voter for Iowa’s June 2 primary. more
Scott County Supervisors authorized the Iowa Department of Transportation to manage and use federal funds to pay for most of two culvert replacements in Scott County and one in Jackson County. more
Scott County Supervisors bought a 10.17-acre parcel in Davenport for possible expansion of the county jail, juvenile detention or other offices. more
Rebids on Park View’s water system overhaul came in significantly lower, allowing the Water and Sanitary District Board to award a $1,294,802 contract to Valley Construction. more
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