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Newest Eldridge Utility Board member Michael Bristley works as director of commissioning for Silicon Ranch Co., developing utility-scale solar sites across the country. more
The city of Eldridge fired three utility employees, and a full, five-member Eldridge utility board dismissed all litigation against the city, its law firm, and investigations launched by the previous utility board members. more
Scott County GOP primary voters will choose between the Republican incumbent sheriff seeking a third term and a county deputy who’s been running nearly two years for the post. more
Long Grove residents will begin paying directly for a portion of garbage and recycling pick up fees that the council had covered through property taxes. more
"Since 2016, it has been my calling and honor to serve the citizens of Scott County through responsible governance, and my passion is to continue doing so when re-elected." more
"I was appointed to the supervisor position by unanimous vote in January 2023 from a candidate pool of 28 applicants. I am a very good fit for this position based on my previous four years of Davenport city council experience, being a former small business owner in the finance/investment industry for 25 years, and a resident of Davenport. " more
"I believe the Quad Cities is going to be the next Great Midwest Destination." more
"I’m running to address concerns of safety, power grabs at the expense of the residents of Scott County, and employee retention." more
"I believe government at all levels is too big, and too expensive." more
All Scott County primary election voters may case ballots Thursday and Friday at the Bettendorf Library, 2950 Learning Campus Drive, Bettendorf. more
Some of Eldridge’s newest residents asked Eldridge council members Monday to stop a trail that’s been long planned over the natural gas pipeline path through the Townsend Farms additions on the city’s southside. more
Eldridge’s biggest park is taking shape in minds of city council and park board members, who are imagining walking trails, cycling paths, and a fishing and paddling lake on the west side of the Buttermilk Road soccer fields. more
About $10 million of Scott County’s $33.6 million federal pandemic aid remains to be obligated before a Dec. 31 federal deadline and supervisors have plans to use it all. more
Video cameras are detecting traffic at the U.S. 61 ramp on to LeClaire Road. more
Valley Construction will patch portions of five county roads this spring under a $103,413.50 contract awarded by supervisors. more
The Eldridge utility board’s four new members breezed through an eight-item agenda in 15 minutes, paid the bills, reviewed latest water tests, and declined a cell phone company’s request to reduce its monthly payments for leasing water tower space. more
A structural engineer will assess Princeton’s Boll’s Community Center this week. more
Eldridge will pay attorneys to craft property tax cuts for developers eyeing apartments on the city’s north side. more
A school crossing guard has asked the Eldridge council to make the folding stop signs on South Fifth Street permanent during the school year, then fold them up for the summer. more
Brock Kroeger will not be reinstated to the Eldridge utility board while a judge continues to consider Kroeger and the utility board’s lawsuit against the city. more
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