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Eldridge council members have an investigator’s report that one councilman says vindicates the city. more
Sept. 15, 1971: Nearly 100 citizens were present at the Eldridge City Council meeting to discuss a series of complaints against G.G.’s Pizza Place, mostly involving excessive noise. There had been a rumor that the meeting could result in a citywide curfew, although this was quickly dispelled. G.G.’s proprietor Donn Brennan appeared at the meeting and stated he believed many of the problems resulted from a lack of cooperation from the Eldridge Police Department. more
The Eldridge Police Department is proud to present our Breast Cancer Awareness Month department patch.  Officers with the Eldridge Police Department will have an option to wear these special patches during the month of October in support of Breast Cancer Awareness.  more
Sept. 4, 1996: The Scott County Sesquicentennial Committee received state sanctioning for a 25-mile trails and markers program that would eventually create a recreational trail looping through rural parts of the county, connecting historically noteworthy places, as well as Scott County Park and the Mississippi River. Members of the Trails and Markers committee included Jack Hill, Greg Albansader, Marlece Allen, Vern Gielow, Tim Huey, Dan Nagle, Pat Marsh, Terry Rathje, Glorie Iaccarinio, Bernie Peeters, Marlene Lage, and Ann Mohr. more
The Eldridge Police Department would like to remind our citizens that North Scott schools are back in session as of Aug. 24. more
Eldridge will consider a crackdown on RVs and boats parked on city streets longer than 48 hours. more
July 14, 1971: A new Olympic-size swimming pool was dedicated at Scott County Park. Performing the ribbon cutting duties were George Theunen, chairman of the Scott County Board of Supervisors, and John McCormick, chairman of the Scott County Conservation Board. more
"We want to give a heartfelt thank you to all of our sponsors, volunteers, race participants and spectators for making our first year directing the Moonlight Chase a huge success ..." more
"Wake up, America. You’re being misled big time ..." more
July 10, 1996: A massive fire swept through downtown Walcott, devastating an entire city block. The blaze started in the Hawkeye Building Distributor’s Lumberyard. Every emergency response unit in Scott County responded to the scene, where damages were estimated at $3 million. More than 1.5 million gallons of water were needed to put out the flames. However, city officials said the situation could have been much worse, as the Central Petroleum Company’s storage facility downtown was spared. The cause of the fire was still under investigation. more
Council members supported interim police chief Joe Sisler’s proposal to forego a planned purchase of one Chevy Tahoe police vehicle budgeted at $44,000, and instead, come up with another $12,197.34 to cover two new Dodge Charger squads. more
Eldridge council put off decisions on the next police chief once again, foregoing a job description and public posting drafted by the city administrator after council members said they prefer promoting from within. more
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