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After initially declining to resurface Cody Road, Eldridge council members approved Scott County’s suggestion for a cheaper sealcoat alternative and an offer allowing Eldridge to spread payments over three years. more
A draft of the county’s proposed rural subdivision ordinance makes clear the county will not maintain new roads in most rural residential developments, and establishes a higher hurdle for supervisors to overrule Plan and Zoning Commission recommendations. more
Republicans holding the majority on Scott County’s Board of Supervisors joined Democrat Brinson Kinzer to vote down a proclamation by Democrat Supervisor Ken Croken for a Juvenile Justice Month … more
These three Eldridge city councilmen took the oath of office last week after being elected in November. more
Riverdale voters will choose Nov. 5 between incumbent Mayor Mike Bawden and challenger Beth Anne Halsey, whose family has served the town before. more
Data architects. Software engineers. Medical tech scientists. Marijo and Paul Anderson hope their 400 acres atop Princeton river bluffs will provide workplaces for professions rare in the Quad … more
Iowa legislator forums return to St. Ambrose University’s Rogalski Center beginning Saturday, Jan. 25. more
Congressman Dave Loebsack will have a member of his staff, Brian Kramer, at the Scott County Library in Eldridge on Tuesday, Oct. 22 from 2-3 p.m. to work with individuals who are having difficulty with a government agency, have suggestions for Dave, or would just like to share their concerns. more
For the fifth straight year, Iowa’s Office of Ombudsman fielded more complaints and information requests than the year prior, reaching a total of 5,406 contacts during fiscal year 2019. If the trend continues in FY2020, the office will set an all-time record on contacts received in a 12-month period, according to an annual report released Dec. 30. more
North Scott’s re-elected school board incumbents took Election Day results as affirmation the board is heading in the right direction. more
A bill intended to let local voters establish a new Quad-City bi-state government authority still has bipartisan support of Scott County legislators who say that residents on both sides of the Mississippi River should have a chance to enact a new level of government. more
State Rep. Ross Paustian, R-Walcott, at left, filed nomination petitions Monday with Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate to seek re-election to a two-year term in District 92. more
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