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Scott County supervisors bought nine new vehicles, including six new sheriff’s department vehicles, bringing the sheriff’s fleet to 36 vehicles, and three spares. Supervisors voted … more
Lost Grove Road, west of Princeton, will be resurfaced next year. Scott County supervisors on Nov. 24 authorized bidding to repave three miles of 257th Street, from 240th Avenue to the Princeton … more
Scott County’s worst pandemic month ends with 5,887 new infections, nearly doubling the positive test totals for the previous eight months of COVID-19 combined. The county began the week … more
Eldridge’s  $15.6 million sewer plant investment handled every flush from the town’s 6,000 residents on this high-use Thanksgiving weekend, and is capable of taking on 3,600 … more
Long Grove council members will take a closer look at open burning regulations following some council members’ concerns about smoky fires. more
Eldridge utility electric costs will go up about 8.88 percent for the city’s 2,472 residential customers beginning Dec. 18, the first of two planned rate hikes to offset the first losses from the city’s shared ownership of a power plant. more
Eldridge closed municipal buildings and sent city administrator Lisa Kotter home for quarantine after mayor Marty O’Boyle tested positive for COVID-19 one day after leading a city council meeting. more
Eldridge closed all city buildings including the Community Center Friday because of the county’s pandemic spike. The order effects City Hall, the police department, public works shop and … more
Eldridge stiffened fines for residents who park on streets during snow emergencies, or shovel snow into streets, and added a new $75 administrative fee for residents who fail to shovel sidewalks in front of their properties. more
Princeton leaders launched a long-term visioning project for the town by participating in a planning meeting hosted by Iowa State University’s Living Roadway Community Visioning program. more
Riverstone Mining’s quarry near New Liberty will get twice as big, and add rock crushers and storage following Scott County Supervisors’ rezoning of 58.5 acres of farmland for industrial development. more
Scott County supervisors on Tuesday approved the county’s final vote count following a heavy election turnout that county auditor Roxanna Moritz said wrapped up, “fairly smoothly.” more
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