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The last time Eldridge residents gathered to plan their city’s future, a public pool and a renovated city hall were atop a list of 22 objectives. more
Long Grove council members will meet 6 p.m., Jan. 24 to address wage and benefit concerns raised by the Iowa State Auditor's examination of Joel McCubbin. more
Eldridge sewer rates will climb another 7 percent, the third increase among seven scheduled to pay for the city’s expanding wastewater treatment system. more
Scott County Supervisors voted unanimously Jan. 2 to keep Tony Knobbe as chairman, then voted along party lines for Ken Beck as vice chairman. more
Eight years after reluctantly taking her own advice, Carol Earnhardt leaves Scott County’s Board of Supervisors inspired, humbled and convinced that two terms of elected public service is enough. more
If the devil is in the details, Diane Holst will be remembered as a public service exorcist. more
Officials from the North Scott School District and the city of Eldridge continue to make progress toward bringing a YMCA to the community, and discussions continue to be ongoing. more
Scott County Supervisors reduced speed limits on 52nd Avenue near the Wapsi Center, and approaching the intersection of 102nd Avenue and 285th Street, just west of Cinnamon Ridge Farm. more
In less than 14 minutes, Eldridge granted its first rear yard setback exemption, capping a family’s year-long process to get Eldridge residents a smidge more room when adding onto their homes. Eldridge’s Board of Zoning Adjustment voted unanimously Dec. 13 to allow Eric and Maureen Gruenhagen to put an addition on their home at 172 W. Harvest St. more
Scott County residents 52 or younger have never lived in a community without Bill Fennelly’s elected leadership. more
Princeton mayor Roger Woomert suspended the town’s economic development committee after at least three of the six members resigned over their concerns about council member Ann Geiger’s actions on the committee. more
Eldridge city council members were in a jovial mood Monday night, and for good reason, as Mayor Marty O’Boyle guided them through a quick 16-minute meeting in their final gathering of the year. more
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