Keyword: John Dowd
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A countywide curfew forced Eldridge council members to delay their planned return to live, public meetings, which had been suspended for health concerns. more
Eldridge city council members agreed to pay $38,200 to Shive Hattery Engineering this fiscal year, so the city can get a jump on about $600,000 worth of projects at the start of the fiscal year, June 1. more
Seven Eldridge employees who enjoyed spring break vacations out of state returned to face a two-week quarantine order imposed by Gov. Kim Reynolds during their absence. more
Rising property values, austere budgeting and some reserve funds will allow Eldridge council members to consider a 1.1-percent increase in the tax levy, while the rate will actually go down a penny. more
"Congratulations to city administrator John Dowd on his retirement and 30  years of service to the City of Eldridge ..." more
Lisa Kotter’s breadth of experience, quick answers and track record in smaller towns made her an easy choice to be the next Eldridge city administrator, city council members and the mayor said. more
Scott County town councils and supervisors are getting used to a new state law that requires them to set and disclose maximum property tax rates before they figure out next year’s spending decisions. more
Sometime over the course of the next 10 days, Eldridge city officials are expected to hire a new city administrator, thus making current administrator John Dowd’s retirement all the more official. more
Construction work on Eldridge’s sewer plant upgrade and pipeline expansion will come in at about $11.77 million, or 2.8 percent higher than the initial $11.44 million contracts. more
Eldridge council members picked two men and two women as finalists from among seven city administrator contenders interviewed during a five-hour online interview session Monday at City Hall. more
Since 2011 Eldridge's city-owned fitness center has received $57,208 in subsidies, and that amount is enough to convince park board members to close it regardless of the outcome of the March 3 YMCA referenda. more
Valley Construction’s $1.2 million bid was the best among six to build Eldridge’s South First Street trail over an abandoned rail bed this year. more
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