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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
Eldridge council members hired Callahan Municipal Consultants for $14,000 to help replace retiring city administrator John Dowd. more
Four candidates complete our two- question NSP candidate survey. more
Rising property values, austere budgeting and some reserve funds will allow Eldridge council members to consider a 1.1-percent increase in the tax levy, while the rate will actually go down a penny. more
The World Affairs Council of the Quad Cities (WACQC), and Bettendorf Public Library (BPL) invite the public to an upcoming co-sponsored event, “Panel on the 2020 Iowa Caucus.” more
A private security firm will serve the Scott County Administration Center for the first time after supervisors approved spending nearly $70,000 a year for hired guards to take the place of full-time county bailiffs. more
Long Grove’s city engineer this week will help council members determine if Dale Grunwald can resume lot sales in his Winfield Estates Second Addition on the city’s south side. more
Sen. Mark Lofgren, R-Muscatine, files nomination papers with Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate. more
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