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Lisa Kotter provided this statement Monday about her future with Eldridge and her thoughts on the investigator’s report. more
A new light industrial zoning will allow development of six parcels totaling 78 acres of farmland east of Buttermilk Road, just north of the railroad tracks. more
Eldridge Board of Adjustment members on 6 p.m. Thursday will consider a variance to allow the phone company to place a fiber hut in a commercial area on the southside of the 200 block of West Lincoln Road. more
Scott County Auditor Kerri Tompkins will hold three community presentations for election questions and answers during October. more
City building inspector Ray Nees will serve a five-day, unpaid suspension and return to work as early as next Monday. more
Eldridge will hire two new police officers, replace one now facing felony charges, and promote Sgt. Andrew Lellig to a new assistant chief position. more
Eldridge council members on Sept. 28 voted 3-2 to terminate city administrator Lisa Kotter and pay out about $75,000 in earned benefits. more
Eldridge employees described an overbearing, micro-managing boss who belittled staff and drove wedges between them, the council and community board members. more
Lisa Kotter said she’ll file a lawsuit to reverse her firing by the city council, claiming that one council member should not have been allowed to vote her out. more
Eldridge’s Easter afternoon power outage spurred more talk, and a council member’s call to action on a second MidAmerican power line to the city’s utility. more
Four Dems compete to challenge Joni Ernst more
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