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Scott County supervisors came close to requiring masks  on visitors to the county administration building, but wound up “strongly encouraging” masks because of concerns about enforcement. more
Scott County Supervisors swapped a mandatory mask plan for a voluntary one after hearing mostly concerns about autonomy and liberty from residents at two meetings last week. more
Scott County residents raised a wave of objections Tuesday against a countywide face mask requirement after hearing county medical director Louis Katz recommend it as, “absolutely justified based on the science that exists.” more
Scott County’s health department will consider implications of requiring face masks in county buildings, but most supervisors seem reluctant to mandate it. more
Scott County Supervisors want to get Park View residents’ feedback, then implement a new rental property ordinance for a year or so before charging landlords for it. more
Republican Mariannette Miller-Meeks will make her fourth bid for Congress after winning the Iowa Second Congressional District primary without the backing of most Scott County primary voters. more
Some Scott County voters will cast ballots at new, consolidated voting sites in a June 2 primary unlike any other. more
Scott County Supervisors added staff and software intended to restrict access to the county administration building through the end of this year, and possibly next. more
The pandemic slowdown dropped Scott County tax, fee and other revenue 13 percent lower than originally budgeted, and county budget director David Farmer anticipates more shortfalls by fiscal year end June 30. more
Scott County Supervisors declined Sheriff Tim Lane’s request to boost compensation of a jail administrative post. more
Abrupt drops of sales and fuel taxes, and delays in spring property tax payments will force Scott County Supervisors  to rely more heavily on reserves and delay planned discussions on jail and juvenile detention expansion. County budget director David Farmer calculated about $1.8 million in lost revenue so far. That includes: more
"Mr. Croken is apparently under the mistaken belief he still lives on the East Coast, rubbing elbows with millions of people each day on the subway ..." more
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