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The future of Blackhawk Trail and South 16th Avenue remains for commercial development after Eldridge council members on Monday declined a developer’s request to rezone a 3.19-acre lot for 32 new condo units. more
The North Scott community has set a stage for growth that schools superintendent Joe Stutting said will fulfill the district vision of “being a place where people choose to learn, work and … more
Jon Burgstrum likely will be on a Caribbean cruise the next time snowdrifts cover Scott County Roads. He swears he will miss the camaraderie and work ethic of the county Secondary Roads crews he supervised 23 years as Scott County Engineer. more
Two proposed residential developments in Eldridge are prompting council members to look at the city’s long-standing policies against incentives for residential development, and city stormwater management plans and fees. more
Eldridge City Clerk Denise Benson accepts a petition Dec. 3 from Nadine Schwarz with more than 300 signatures seeking a vote on Eldridge's borrowing plan for a proposed YMCA. more
Long Grove will be looking for some new council and city hall faces. more
Republican Mariannette Miller-Meeks will make her fourth bid for Congress after winning the Iowa Second Congressional District primary without the backing of most Scott County primary voters. more
Scott County will likely have a tax sale this year, but tax investors can expect some changes as the county balances health safety with the need to collect about $1 million in delinquent taxes. more
Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate and AARP Iowa are calling for older voters to continue practicing social distancing and to utilize absentee voting by mail for the June 2 primary election. Secretary Pate will mail every active registered voter in Iowa an absentee ballot request form later this month, and AARP will launch radio ads today encouraging older voters to take advantage of voting by mail. more
Supervisors approved purchases totaling $620,704 on road maintenance vehicles and equipment, which county engineer Angie Kersten said is a scaled back request because of lagging road tax revenues. more
Scott County Board of Supervisors will meet 7 p.m. today, Wednesday, Sept. 11 with the Park View Owners' Association. more
Voters in Blue Grass, Buffalo, Princeton and Riverdale will see competition on their Nov. 8 municipal ballots. more
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