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This is the year Park View Water and Sanitary District will tackle major water and sewer system improvements reflected in a board’s proposed spending plans. more
Votes already are coming in on Park View Owners' Association dues hike referendum, which needs participation by 60 percent of the community’s 953 property owners. more
Scott County supervisors have proposed a 3.67-percent increase in the urban tax rate and a 2.44-percent increase in the rural tax rate for the county’s 2021 fiscal year budget. 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
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
North Scott School Board member and Scott County Supervisor John Maxwell told the Quad Cities' Republican state senators they need to find more education funding. more
Nearly 1,800 YMCA referenda early ballots have been sent or cast ahead of the March 3 vote. more
Congressman Dave Loebsack will have a member of his staff, Brian Kramer, at the Scott County Library in Eldridge on Tuesday, Feb. 25 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. Members of the public are invited to attend. more
Princeton's fire department will hang on to its 35-year-old tanker truck a bit longer. more
Eldridge council members delayed March meetings so they’ll have YMCA referenda results before making next year’s spending decisions. 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
Scott County Emergency Communications system upgrade has secured five tower sites and expects to begin building the $300,000 to $400,000 towers on four of them as part of the county’s $12.6 million upgrade. more
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