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Eldridge clerk Denise Benson’s abuse of city funds went far beyond 549 unauthorized charges on the city’s Amazon card. more
Iowa state auditor Rob Sand's office today released a report on a special investigation of the City of Eldridge, revealing more than $76,000 in improper financial disbursements. The investigation was requested by the city over concerns regarding financial transactions processed by former city clerk Denise Benson. more
Eldridge council members added two more special closed sessions to the series of private meetings held over the last two months. more
The future of wind power in Scott County hits the Planning and Zoning Commission’s June agenda. more
Three new members elected to the Park View Owners Association board promise changes to the operations of the board that oversees the unincorporated community of 3,000. more
A few barricades are coming down around Eldridge’s $4.8 million First and LeClaire Road project this week. more
Long Grove finances still need more eyes and signatures on receipts, disbursements, and payroll, according to the council’s self-initiated audit presented this month. more
Council members agreed to share clerk Kisa Tweed with the town of Dixon. more
Princeton is seeking engineering firms to design a recreational trail along U.S. 67 that some council members want to route closer to the river. more
Scott County’s Eldridge warehouse has persistent roof leaks that are affecting auditor and health department storage areas. more
Eldridge council members and Mayor Frank King welcomed Nevada Lemke May 1 as the new city administrator. more
Scott County supervisors Tuesday morning committee meetings move to 8:30 a.m. beginning May 9. more
Valley Construction crews have 54 workdays left on their $4.8 million contract to widen First Street and LeClaire Road, and city engineer Greg Schaapveld told council members Monday it will be close, but he believes they’ll make it. more
Eldridge’s first police dog will be a German Shepard named, “Marty.” more
Thirty-two Scott County property taxpayers already have signed up for formal assessment reviews that begin in May. more
Princeton resident Bill Grunder said the ballot box is about the only place Iowans can seek relief on recent property value increases. more
New street repair estimates exceeding $2.2 million prompted some Princeton council members to suggest foregoing a trail plan, and instead borrow to improve River Drive, Third, Fourth and Fifth streets. more
Scott County Supervisors voted April 13 to make MEDIC a countywide department, assuming its fleet of vehicles and three buildings. more
Scott County will take on a countywide ambulance service and add nine new full-time positions as part of a 2023-24 budget that cuts the tax rate a fraction for rural property owners, and leaves the rate unchanged for city property owners. more
Stormwater and road work in Mount Joy will consume all of the $5 million in federal pandemic aid supervisors allotted, but won’t cover even half of the needs identified in a new engineering study. more
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