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Congressman Dave Loebsack will have a member of his staff in at the Scott County Library in Eldridge on Tuesday, Nov. 26 from 2-3 p.m. more
A new federal grant brings $812,000 to upgrade four structurally deficient bridges in rural Scott County that are at least a half-century old. more
Results from the Tuesday, Nov. 6 school board and municipal general elections. more
Donahue native and former Iowa state Sen. Chris Brase of Muscatine announced Nov. 11 that he is running for the Iowa State Senate in District 46. more
North Scott’s re-elected school board incumbents took Election Day results as affirmation the board is heading in the right direction. more
Scott County Sheriff Tim Lane, a North Scott grad, is one of 14 Iowans named by Gov. Kim Reynolds to serve on the Governor’s FOCUS Committee on Criminal Justice Reform (Fueling Ongoing Collaboration and Uncovering Solutions). Their first meeting will be Nov. 7. more
Rep. Gary Mohr, R-Bettendorf, has been named chairman of the budget-writing House Appropriations Committee by Speaker of the Iowa House, Pat Grassley, R-New Hartford. more
“Learn how to caucus” is the theme of a free Caucus Training workshop 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 7 at the Fairmont Branch of the Davenport Public Library. more
Scott County Supervisors support Eldridge’s sales and property tax financing for a proposed YMCA, and the city’s plan for up to $10 million in tax rebates for prospective business development. But supervisors last week opposed use of tax increment funding for Eldridge’s next trail extension. more
Eldridge condo developer Paul Anderson has been fined $1,800 for failing to complete landscape and drainage work on his Emily Acres projects on East Franklin Road. more
Scott County’s planning leaders should expect more development interest in the county’s rural farmland. more
Long Grove Mayor Michael Limberg and Clerk Rose Guyer are joined by Eldridge-North Scott Chamber of Commerce representatives, and city staff to officially open a new city hall in the former First Central State Bank Building. more
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