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The final plat for Grunwald Groves townhome addition now includes six lots from 1.3 to 2.2 acres for condominium buildings. more
Scott County voters challenging John Maxwell’s elected service will have to pay nominal filing fees as requested by Maxwell and his attorneys. more
Eldridge’s Easter afternoon power outage spurred more talk, and a council member’s call to action on a second MidAmerican power line to the city’s utility. more
Coordination problems among Scott County departments, the pandemic, and a surge of gun background checks have stalled Park View landlord registration, tenant background checks and code enforcement supervisors approved in September and hoped to enforce beginning Jan. 1. more
Scott County’s assessor is bracing for a flood of appeals in April following double-digit jumps in taxable property values for homes, apartment and condo buildings across the county. more
Eldridge taxpayers will see only the voter-approved cost of the YMCA driving up city tax bills this year for a budget that counts on a new natural gas franchise fee, and a whole bunch of federal road dollars. more
Three North Scott school board members attended a legislative forum in Walcott Saturday to ask Republicans Rep. Ross Paustian and Sen. Mark Lofgren to fight a new GOP proposal to outlaw the property tax district voters just approved for the North Scott YMCA. more
A new water treatment system and 180,000-gallon ground storage tank in the shadow of the old water tower will be in place by June, finally giving Park View residents, “the water they deserve.” more
John Maxwell will continue serving as elected county supervisor and North Scott school board member following a judge’s ruling Tuesday that found no conflict between the roles. Judge Patrick … more
A Scott County District Court judge heard 70 minutes of legal arguments that will determine John Maxwell’s continued Scott County board and North Scott school board service. more
No one will be taking down Coonhunters Road signs soon. more
County supervisors awarded 2-percent pay increases to elected department heads, and a 16-percent sheriff’s salary raise, and also approved raises for appointed, deputy department heads. more
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