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Scott County supervisors continued juvenile offender transition and auto theft counseling programs intended to discourage repeat offenders. 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
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
Supervisors exempted 1,843 acres from property taxes under Iowa’s Slough Bill law that allows counties to waive tax liability for land maintained as prairie, forest cover or other environmental purposes. more
Scott County Supervisors raised the county property tax rates for a second consecutive year, approving the first back-to-back tax rate increases since 2003. more
Please join me 5 p.m., Thursday, March 19 for the Scott County Board of Supervisors public budget hearing. more
Scott County supervisors have proposed a 3.67-percent increase in the urban tax rate and a 2.44-percent increase in the rural tax rate for the county’s 2021 fiscal year budget. 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
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