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Early balloting in the YMCA referenda could top 1,600, which already is about as high as the turnout in the last school board election. more
The same inspectors will enforce pretty much the same rules at Del Ray Tanning Salon in Eldridge. But inspections now cost salon owner Kandi Olson twice as much under new county rules she fears will eliminate perhaps a fifth of her clientele. 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
The Scott County Health Department is taking over tanning salon inspections from the state health department, establishing a minimum indoor tanning age for the first time and raising fees for inspecting the county’s 98 tanning beds. more
Scott County Supervisors unanimously supported refugee resettlement in the county in response to a presidential order seeking local input on the issue. more
Amy Klobuchar can thank Scott County’s rural precinct voters for 26 percent of her countywide vote and delegate count. She finished  fifth in the county, but first in LeClaire township, Princeton and Walcott, and second in City of LeClaire and Riverdale. more
Lisa Kotter’s breadth of experience, quick answers and track record in smaller towns made her an easy choice to be the next Eldridge city administrator, city council members and the mayor said. more
More than 1,000 voters already have expressed their opinions on the proposed $14 million North Scott YMCA, and hundreds more are expected to vote before the official March 3 referendum day. more
Scott County Attorney Mike Walton will wrap up his prosecutorial career at the end of his fourth term in 2022. more
Scott County town councils and supervisors are getting used to a new state law that requires them to set and disclose maximum property tax rates before they figure out next year’s spending decisions. more
Compared to Democratic caucus sites around Eldridge, the Republican event held at North Scott Junior High was pretty non-eventful. more
Abandoned Tom Steyer buttons at the Eldridge Community Center told the story. more
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