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MEDIC ambulance service needs taxpayer help, and Scott County supervisors heard new options that would allow the county-wide ambulance service to directly tax residents. more
Lewis Machine & Tool will begin one-day-a-month outdoor testing of grenade launchers using inert chalk loads to measure distance. more
Tipton child care provider and nurse Deb VanderGaast has entered the race for Iowa Senate District 41, bringing a passion for inclusion, and experience as a volunteer for schools, municipal government and the county Democratic party. more
The office of U.S. Senator Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) will be holding traveling office hours in all 99 counties across Iowa at different times in the coming weeks to provide constituents assistance with casework. more
Another church is seeking property tax exemption from Scott County supervisors. more
Princeton will schedule a special discussion on spending the city’s $140,976 pandemic relief federal check, with a portion already earmarked for water and sewer improvements. more
Eldridge will offer tax cuts for 10 years, maybe longer, for a $42 million warehouse almost as big as Amazon’s that would bring 187 new, full-time jobs to Eldridge, paying $35,000 to $80,000 a year. more
Some rural Scott County landowners will be pitched this year on easements for a carbon waste pipeline cutting through the middle of the county that planners say would be a boon to existing Iowa ethanol makers, and draw more high-carbon industry to Iowa farm fields. more
Eldridge council members are expected to vote Monday, April 18 on tax reduction incentives for an undisclosed firm that is considering a 114-acre farm field site on South First Street for a 60,000-square-foot warehouse employing up to 187 people. more
Timmer & Associates, PC CPA, released an examination report on the City of Long Grove for the period of July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021. The examination was performed pursuant to Chapter 11.6 of the Code of Iowa. more
Scott County’s Republican state representatives say they are opposed to school voucher plans still alive in the legislature and will vote “no,” if they go forward as written. more
Lewis Machine & Tool in Eldridge is among four Scott County firms each getting $500,000 federal pandemic aid checks awarded through the Iowa Economic Development Authority. more
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