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Long Grove fire chief Josh Roe’s suggestion of a new firehouse launched a council discussion of what a new building might look like on city-owned property north of the current firehouse. more
Sen. Charles Grassley joined some Democrats criticizing the U.S. Department of Agriculture after learning Southern states fared better in 2019 trade-war aid payments. more
Supervisors boosted Scott County sheriff’s ranks by 15 full-time positions, heeding the sheriff’s request from January, and backed up by an independent study required by the supervisors that called for even more deputies and jail guards. more
Marketing continues on the Anderson 400 development site in Princeton, even as the pandemic limited interest and may have long-term effects on commercial space. more
Scott County Planning and Zoning Commissioners will consider Tim Huey’s only personal request in his 25 years as planning director: Rename Coonhunters Road. more
Princeton council members on July 8 chose Zach Phares from among four applicants to fill a vacant council seat. But voters may see all four names on the November ballot. more
Eldridge stiffened fines for residents who park on streets during snow emergencies, or shovel snow into streets, and added a new $75 administrative fee for residents who fail to shovel sidewalks in front of their properties. more
Scott County Attorney Roxanna Moritz has set an April 23 retirement date,  earlier than she anticipated, leaving a vacancy that will be filled temporarily until an election will be called. more
Democrat Rita Hart, in a surprise announcement March 31, said she’s withdrawing her challenge to the results in Iowa’s 2nd Congressional District, citing a “toxic campaign of political disinformation” as her request for a review of the race’s six-vote margin grew into a nationalized, increasingly partisan dispute. more
Residents whose financial situation has been negatively impacted as a result of COVID-19 should contact city hall. more
Eldridge council members will reconvene for a special meeting Thursday to resolve an impasse over property acquisition to widen the intersection of First Street and LeClaire Road. more
Expect council members to be voting on a new franchise fee that will add 5 percent to residential and commercial natural gas bills. more
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