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June 24, 2015: The Eldridge City Council awarded a $159,711 contract to General Asphalt Construction Company to begin building pickleball courts at Sheridan Meadows. more
Grand Haven Retirement Community owner Joel Callahan plans a $3 million, 50-unit expansion, including attached townhomes with garages he said are necessary to compete with tax-exempt senior campus developments under construction in Bettendorf and DeWitt. more
Eldridge council members extended Republic Services’ waste-hauling contract another five years, with 2-percent annual fee increases from 2022 through 2025. more
June 14, 1995: The North Scott softball team was off to a 14-0 start, including wins over Durant, Clinton, and a sweep at the North Polk Invitational. Christy Dalton pitched four no-hitters, including three perfect games. more
Two proposed residential developments in Eldridge are prompting council members to look at the city’s long-standing policies against incentives for residential development, and city stormwater management plans and fees. more
A countywide curfew forced Eldridge council members to delay their planned return to live, public meetings, which had been suspended for health concerns. more
June 5, 1980: The boys’ mile relay team of Craig Power, Mike Staack, Kevin Geary and Mike Ferris were champions at the state track meet. The team set a school record of 3:19.94. more
Eldridge council members meet 7 p.m. Monday, June 1 at the Community Center for their first live meeting since switching to online Zoom sessions during the pandemic shutdown. more
May 22, 1980: Several hundred people attended a reception honoring retiring superintendent Melvin Heiler. more
May 17, 1995: A tornado touched down, leaving a four-mile path of destruction across western Scott County. At least 70 homes, businesses or agricultural buildings were destroyed. Among the businesses affected was the Park View Car Wash, which was completely leveled. more
Eldridge council members signed off on completion of an $8.4 million upgrade of the city wastewater treatment plant. more
City administrator Lisa Kotter walked the path of Eldridge’s rail bed trail shaded beneath a tree canopy unlike any other portion of the First Street trail. more
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