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Princeton preps for data firm and Dollar General; City considers zoning change for Stutting family’s development

Princeton is preparing for two new developments council members hope will continue 2017’s growth spurt. more

Knobbe wins supervisors’ chairmanship; Succeeds Earnhardt as head of Scott County Board

New Scott County Board Chairman Tony Knobbe said he will approach the job as more of a facilitator than power broker, following the lead of his most recent predecessors. more

Eldridge OKs 3-percent wage hike

Sixteen Eldridge staffers will get 3- percent raises in each of the next three years under an agreement reached between council members and the Eldridge Iowa Employee Association. more

Fireworks fizzle on frozen New Year’s

Bitter cold and an absence of vendors made Iowa’s second legal fireworks season much quieter than its first. more

Park View gets covenants on legislative agenda: Homeowners’ Association will seek first-ever dues hike

Park View residents will be asked this year to increase annual dues for the first time in the subdivision’s 50-year history, the first of two steps toward resolving the community’s lapsed homeowner covenants. more

Gruenhagens need a four-foot favor: Eldridge family’s dilemma raises setback issue again

Five times in the past five years, Eldridge residents have asked their city to ignore a 30-foot setback rule to allow a home addition. Three times, the city’s Board of Adjustment said yes. Twice this year, the same board said no. more

Supervisors join federal class action opioid lawsuit

Scott County is joining a nationwide class action lawsuit that is recruiting counties as plaintiffs against prescription opioid makers. more

County Supervisor Earnhardt will not seek reelection

Scott County Board of Supervisors Chairman Carol Earnhardt will not seek another term. more

City of Eldridge audit released

Miner, Gilroy and Meade, Certified Public Accountants, PC released the annual audit report of the City of Eldridge last week. more

43 years on the job

Mary Cormier, left, retires from the Scott County Auditor's office in December after joining the county Oct. 23, 1974. She poses with County Auditor Roxanna Moritz at the Dec. 12 supervisors meeting. more

County recognized for 23 years of budgeting excellence

Members of Scott County's budget management team pose Dec. 12 with the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada. more

Earnhardt will not seek third term on county board

Scott County Board of Supervisors Chairman Carol Earnhardt will not seek another term. more
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