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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
A panel of Scott County elected leaders will determine if Maria Dickmann can force a Republican primary for county supervisor. more
You probably couldn’t have envisioned a more challenging transition, but John Dowd and Lisa Kotter have navigated the COVID-19 pandemic with aplomb, and it’s all systems go at Eldridge City Hall. more
Scott County Supervisors bought a 10.17-acre parcel in Davenport for possible expansion of the county jail, juvenile detention or other offices. more
Scott County Supervisors voted down county auditor Roxanna Moritz’s recommendation that absentee ballot requests be sent to every active voter for Iowa’s June 2 primary. more
Scott County Supervisors approved Terry and Zach Ralfs’ expansion of their confined hog feeding operation near Maysville. more
Scott County Supervisors raised the county property tax rates for a second consecutive year, approving the first back-to-back tax rate increases since 2003. more
Park View’s homeowners again supported a dues hike, but could not overcome apartment owners who voted against the community’s first dues hike in its 50-year history. more
Princeton will hang on to its old pumper truck a bit longer. more
A new emergency radio dispatching tower will go up alongside Princeton’s water tower, resolving communications gaps that have plagued Scott County emergency responders for decades. 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
Congressman Dave Loebsack announced Monday that in the interest of public safety and to help slow the spread of COVID-19, or coronavirus, he will be closing his physical offices in Iowa City, Davenport and Washington, D.C., effective March 17. All staff will continue to serve Iowans via teleworking. Iowans will be able to reach Rep. Loebsack's office during normal business hours (8:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m. CDT) and all emails will continued to be monitored on a regular basis. Additionally, office hours held by Loebsack’s District Representatives in all 24 counties will be canceled until further notice. more
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