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Get updates from Scott County’s state legislative delegation at a public forum, 10 a.m. to noon, April 15 at the Bettendorf library, 2950 Learning Campus Drive, Bettendorf. more
Scott County Supervisors plan to make MEDIC ambulance service a county agency April 13, give it a new name, and create a new department that may require additional county subsidies, but will not raise the tax rate, board chairman Ken Beck said. more
Long Grove’s First Street makeover will begin in May under a contract won by hometown builder Chad Ihrig, whose $2.365 million bid came in just a hair under four other very close bids. more
Wait for the rollbacks. more
Scott County supervisors bought an online evidence management system the county attorney says is needed to handle an avalanche of digital evidence. more
Scott County Democrats recruited rural county leadership for a revamped executive board that includes two veteran party activists from Davenport, under the direction of new county chairman, Eldridge activist Kay Pence. more
Scott County Republican party chairman Jeanita McNulty said the GOP added one more rural resident to the party executive team that already has two living in Buffalo Township. more
Assessed value notices mailed to Scott County property owners this week show 20-30 percent increases that reflect recent jumps in sale prices. more
Eldridge council members Monday approved third and final readings on ordinances altering city codes. Here is a summary of the changes. more
Updated building codes adopted Monday by Eldridge align with Scott County, Bettendorf and Davenport, in preparation for a new statewide code that resolves differences among Iowa cities and towns. more
North Scott schools regional innovation center will be built for $18,690,357 under a bid package approved Monday by four of five board members following an hour of discussion. more
Eldridge council members on Monday applauded the police community outreach, with some suggesting it is needed to offset rumblings about the department’s stepped-up traffic enforcement. more
Scott County land-use decisions are looming on three issues that need public feedback: more
Scott County supervisors this week will consider authorizing completion of 2.7 miles of road work on 210th Street. The county shares maintenance costs with Davenport for the road that serves as part of the city’s northern border. more
Iowans who want to be teachers could have a shortcut to the classroom under legislation approved March 8 by the Iowa House. more
New legislation advanced by a Senate subcommittee on Monday would eliminate a goal for school districts to employ one nurse for every 750 students and directs the state Department of Education to reevaluate what health care-related training school staff should be required to complete. more
Princeton’s plan to use grant money to cover most of a trail engineering study may face a public referendum. more
The trial run worked wonderfully. more
The Scott County Republican Central Committee elected county party leaders to two-year terms. more
Back in Washington after a week in their districts, members of Iowa’s congressional delegation focused this week on student loans. more
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