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Scott County Supervisors want to get Park View residents’ feedback, then implement a new rental property ordinance for a year or so before charging landlords for it. more
A full council vote will be needed for Eldridge to fully consider buying Rustic Ridge golf course. more
Long Grove council members have to decide if stormwater tiling is sufficient to let Dale Grunwald resume selling homes in his Winfield Estates Third Addition. more
Eldridge city council members agreed to pay $38,200 to Shive Hattery Engineering this fiscal year, so the city can get a jump on about $600,000 worth of projects at the start of the fiscal year, June 1. more
Eldridge council members delayed March meetings so they’ll have YMCA referenda results before making next year’s spending decisions. more
Seven Eldridge employees who enjoyed spring break vacations out of state returned to face a two-week quarantine order imposed by Gov. Kim Reynolds during their absence. more
Princeton's fire department will hang on to its 35-year-old tanker truck a bit longer. more
Scott County’s health department will consider implications of requiring face masks in county buildings, but most supervisors seem reluctant to mandate it. more
Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate partnered with Iowa Homeland Security and Emergency Management and the Iowa National Guard to deliver masks, gloves and hand sanitizer for use at polling places on June 2. The National Guard delivered the materials last week. more
Council members agreed they’re not ready for an engineering assessment of Pineo Grove roads. more
After months of waiting, and then watching the North Scott School Board commit to funding up to $7 million for a proposed YMCA, the Eldridge City Council has officially decided to join the party. more
Enrollment will once again decline slightly in the North Scott district, leaving board members looking for more spending cuts if the legislature again limits state allowable growth funding to 2 percent, Superintendent Joe Stutting told board members Monday. more
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