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Eldridge will craft a plan to split the cost of some private lawn restorations 50-50 with homeowners. more
John Maxwell’s continued service as county supervisor and North Scott school board member will be discussed and decided publicly in a process that begins with a March 15 hearing. more
Scott County taxpayers would kick in $100,000 over three years to support Nahant Marsh’s application for a $1 million state grant to buy neighboring wetlands, extend a trail, and ultimately, bring in more investors. more
New Scott County planning director Chris Mathias brings a track record of downtown Moline development, a history of regional collaboration, and a passion for trails. more
March is Tim Huey’s last month walking a tightrope as chief enforcer of Scott County’s distinctive farmland preservation policies, while being a champion of Quad-City economic development. more
Scott County’s revised subdivision ordinance makes clear the county will not maintain new roads in rural subdivisions, but does not make it tougher for supervisors to decline planning commission recommendations. more
Expect council members to be voting on a new franchise fee that will add 5 percent to residential and commercial natural gas bills. more
Scott County Attorney Roxanna Moritz has set an April 23 retirement date,  earlier than she anticipated, leaving a vacancy that will be filled temporarily until an election will be called. more
Scott County Planning and Zoning Commissioners will consider Tim Huey’s only personal request in his 25 years as planning director: Rename Coonhunters Road. more
Council members raised the price of yard waste stickers to five for $7.50, and cut two weeks off free spring curbside pickup. more
Eldridge council members on Monday reached a price for the portion of a city-owned YMCA site to be sold to the North Scott school district. more
Council members at Monday's meeting gave rave reviews to Eldridge snow crews, even as public works director Wessel asked for another 200 tons of salt in case winter isn’t quite over. more
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