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New federal pandemic aid rules allow funding of public safety vehicles and equipment, water and sewer systems and broadband upgrades, and permit local governments to declare up to $10 million in revenue losses without documentation. more
One of Eldridge’s newest police recruits has left the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy, and will be forced to repay up to $3,000 in tuition paid so far by the city. more
Eldridge’s fire department needs to hire its first full-timer now to handle weekday medical calls and administrative duties that chief Keith Schneckloth said are draining the 26-member volunteer department. more
Eldridge police need five more officers, a new police station and tougher sanctions on landlords to face down a looming crime threat from Davenport, police chief Joe Sisler said. more
Princeton’s two-year-long community visioning process culminates with three project areas intended to improve safety around Grissom Elementary and steer more residents and visitors to the riverfront. more
Engineering work will begin on Long Grove’s long-discussed First Street makeover. more
Princeton water needs fluoridation to reach levels effective at reducing tooth decay. more
Damien Koehn has left McCausland. But the buzz remains. more
Scott County supervisors adopted these legislative priorities from the Urban County Coalition lobby for the state’s five largest counties. more
Scott County’s warehouse on Davenport’s Tremont Avenue has taken a beating. more
Scott County is looking for a new site for a juvenile detention center after county staff advised withdrawing a $1.75 million offer for property four blocks west of the courthouse. more
An upcoming ruling by the United States Supreme Court will have major implications for North Scott schools, Scott County, and any public or private firm with 100 or more employees. more
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