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The Iowa Economic Development Authority announced a new program May 29 aimed at helping Iowans at risk of losing their homes. more
Really, we should have expected nothing less. After all, this is North Scott. What a great day to be a Lancer. more
On May 26, Gov. Reynolds signed a proclamation continuing the Public Health Disaster Emergency. This proclamation continues the re-opening of various establishments and again permits gatherings of more than 10 people with public health measures such as social distancing and limited capacity. This proclamation extends regulatory relief to those affected by this public health emergency until June 25. more
Gov. Kim Reynolds on May 21 announced that any Iowan who wants to be checked for COVID-19 will be able to get a test through Test Iowa. more
If you watch the news or look at social media each day, you probably think that we are never going to escape the current public health pandemic. While the media and others are often focusing on the negative impacts of COVID-19, many of the positive trends are largely being ignored. more
I have received many messages over the past few weeks from constituents with questions and comments regarding the re-opening of Iowa. While some have anxiety about the decisions, many are looking forward to resuming activities and business that they have been missing over the past two months. As I have been out and about throughout Senate District 49, which encompasses all of Clinton County and the northern part of Scott County, I have noticed that most people are abiding by the guidance of the Department of Public Safety and Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) by wearing masks, practicing social distancing and following the requests of local business owners who are working hard to ensure a safe experience for all of their customers. more
Additional reopenings throughout the state will start this week and next week after a new proclamation from Gov. Reynolds. Starting May 22, movie theaters, zoos, aquariums and museums were allowed to reopen again, as long as they can accommodate reasonable public health measures. Pools will only be allowed to reopen for lap swimming and swimming lessons. more
The collective sigh of relief that reverberated across Lancer Nation Wednesday morning quickly turned into shouts of joy as Governor Kim Reynolds gave the green light to “play ball” in terms of high school baseball and softball this summer. more
The day before Gov. Kim Reynolds eased her COVID-19 pandemic shutdowns and opened thousands of Iowa restaurants, salons and gyms, our Scott County Board made different decisions. more
This coronavirus pandemic is far from over, even as we slowly start to reclaim parts of our former lives. We are more than ready to forget about some experiences: shaggy hair, face masks, empty store shelves, seeing loved ones only through a video screen. We’re tired of the inconveniences, the disappointments. We’re sad for those who have encountered true hardships: layoffs, illness or the unthinkable loss of a loved one. more
About two months ago, the Iowa Legislature suspended its session as a precaution to prevent further spread of COVID-19. Prior to doing so, lawmakers passed a bipartisan plan that stabilized the state budget, ensured the continuation of essential government services, and provided Gov. Reynolds with additional tools to manage the disease outbreak. more
The North Scott diamonds continue to sit in solitude. more
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