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A panel of state lawmakers turned down a Democratic proposal July 1 to allow the Iowa secretary of state to send out absentee ballot request forms to all Iowa voters for the November general election. more
A Scott County woman wants to add a party barn business to her rural Princeton acreage, just eight months after the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission levied a $2.3 million penalty for fraudulently operating an investment business on the same property. more
Scott County Supervisor Ken Beck will seek a second term. more
Two years ago, Eric Gruenhagen took his fight to city hall. more
Three candidates are on  the Nov. 5 Eldridge ballot to fill three of the city's five council seats. more
Scott County Board chairman Tony Knobbe will continue to lead supervisors meeting after a 3-2 vote to sustain his leadership. more
Abrupt drops of sales and fuel taxes, and delays in spring property tax payments will force Scott County Supervisors  to rely more heavily on reserves and delay planned discussions on jail and juvenile detention expansion. County budget director David Farmer calculated about $1.8 million in lost revenue so far. That includes: more
Scott County’s proposed Park View rental property ordinance requires background checks, written leases and inspections, but waives fees and on-site inspections until pandemic restrictions ease. more
Scott County supervisors meeting April 16 launched work to improve three consecutive U.S. 61 intersections to address long-standing accident risks, and accommodate a new Kwik Star planned on the south side of the highway, just west of the Interstate 280 exit. more
Students will continue to increase engagement in work learning opportunities, project experiences and dabble in a wide variety of career options to ensure they are prepared for Day 1 after graduation. more
Scott County board chairman Tony Knobbe said supervisors should focus on reducing spending and planning for longer term fiscal impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, and leave economic stimulus to state and federal leaders. more
School board member Mark Pratt anticipates new collaborations and innovations to support some long-standing goals. more
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