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Eldridge’s new, $7 million gun manufacturing plant tops a list of city milestones presented May 9 at the North Scott Chamber breakfast. more
A press time, The NSP learned that Rita Hart joined the race to succeed Rep. Dave Loebsack for the U.S. House in Iowa's Second District. more
Princeton’s flood fight now moves to a desktop where public works director Josh Genz this week calculates the hours, fuel, water-pump parts and other costs racked up during the record crest. more
Brian Kramer, Congressman Dave Loebsack’s District Representative, will be at the Eldridge branch of the Scott County Library on Tuesday, May 28 from 2-3 p.m. to work with individuals who are having difficulty with a government agency, have suggestions for Dave, or would just like to share their concerns. more
The new director of the Greater Davenport Redevelopment Commission is making acquisition of the Shriners’ property on Division Street “one of my first objectives,” he told Scott County Supervisors. more
Supervisors are expediting a $1.2 million window and façade replacement on the administration building after some panels crumbled and fell, creating a safety hazard. more
Scott County Sheriff’s deputies will be armed with 46 new Lewis Machine & Tool semi-automatic rifles under a $80,700.06 contract approved May 2 by Scott County Supervisors. more
Eldridge council members agreed to drop requirements that Lewis Machine & Tool guarantee 178 jobs when the Milan, Ill., gun maker moves to its new Eldridge plant. more
Some Pinehurst Drive families are shouting warnings to slow speeders who are making the new neighborhood dangerous. Now they want their city’s help. more
Scott County will consider borrowing up to $20.465 million for the countywide emergency radio system, according to figures disclosed in the supervisors’ proposed budget amendment. more
Mandatory leases, background checks and inspections should curtail Park View residents’ persistent complaints about apartment landlords and their tenants. more
A Scott County Board that prides itself on bipartisan collegiality split on party lines over two concerns, with Republicans prevailing on votes against posting meeting recordings and declining county jail sergeants’ request for pay scale changes. more
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