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Eldridge police donors filled city hall to demand that the police chief have sole control over $115,000 in donations generated by off-duty private functions, and by on-duty officer Garrett Jahns. more
Long Grove council members will open their ears and council chambers 6 p.m., Aug. 22 to residents for feedback on some long-pending issues: more
A plan to add to the Eldridge police fleet stalled when council members disagreed about the need, and who controls thousands of dollars raised by on-duty police officers. more
More than 5,000 Scott County homeowners applied for the new senior homestead property tax exemption available to those 65 and older. more
New MEDIC ambulance director Paul Andorf expects county residents will notice little about the ambulance service’s transition from independent nonprofit to a full-fledged department of Scott County. more
Martha Nieto brings 20 years of finance experience to Eldridge city hall, along with an eagerness to learn more. more
The Eldridge city council and Scott County library board members will meet 6 p.m., Monday, Aug. 28, at the library to discuss the future of the library headquarters in Eldridge. more
Eldridge council members will be able to consider a whole new range of uses for property zoned for industry. more
Look for a half-million dollars in street patching this year and next under contracts approved Monday by Eldridge council members. more
Princeton council members agreed to pay ex-police chief Wyatt Heyvaert $4,161 in unpaid compensatory, vacation and sick time after dismissing him July 12 from city staff. more
Supervisors have spent about $9 million of the county’s $32.3 million pandemic aid check. more
Iowa judges recently have sided with open government advocates trying to gain access to public records and attend public meetings — with the latest ruling requiring the state to pay $135,000 in legal fees for three media organizations denied records by Gov. Kim Reynolds. more
Let the petition-passing begin. more
FORT PIERRE, S.D.— The economic benefits of a proposed carbon capture pipeline came under scrutiny last week during the second day of a permit hearing before South Dakota state regulators at the Casey Tibbs Rodeo Center. more
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has finalized long-awaited reforms to how power generation projects get connected to the electric grid, a major step in smoothing the path for thousands of renewable power projects currently waiting to plug in. more
Presidential contender Mike Pence will visit Scott County Republican Lincoln Club members at a private event, noon, Aug. 10, for those who have purchased memberships to the county party’s Lincoln Club. more
Scott County will forego carbon pipeline regulation for now after learning about a new federal court ruling, meeting with Wolf Carbon Solutions staff, and hearing support from an ADM executive and a national pipefitters union leader. more
Princeton residents will find out terms of former police chief Wyatt Heyvaert’s resignation only after he has approved it. more
Supervisors bought 80 heavy-duty Panasonic Toughbook laptops and extra memory for sheriff’s squads and conservation officer vehicles for $315,945.60. more
Scott County supervisors allocated $100,000 of federal pandemic relief to the Visit Quad Cities tourism agency, to help cover expenses and bidding fees that bring new events to the region. more
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