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The Eldridge council will proceed with restricting industrial development options, even as the city is out of the running for a proposed meat processing plant. more
A March 15 public hearing will consider John Maxwell’s future public service following the Scott County Attorney’s opinion challenging Maxwell’s eligibility to be a North Scott school board member and a Scott County supervisor. more
Vaccine is reaching Scott County residents through federal, state and local sources that confuse residents and public health officials who describe a fragmented response to the common pandemic. more
Eldridge city council members set the two public property tax hearings required by state law: A 7 p.m., March 15 maximum levy hearing to establish the highest rate possible, then a 6 p.m., March 29 hearing on the actual levy. more
Denise Coiner remembers the late Bill Fennelly’s invitation in 1989 to join the Scott County Board of Health. more
Eldridge council members looking ahead see Blackhawk Trail and a parallel recreation trail spanning the city from Scott Park Road to Slopertown Road. more
Soccer fields graded last year onto 3.8 acres of city property along Buttermilk Road will become a full-fledged Eldridge park with the addition of an irrigation system this year. more
Princeton council members agreed to a 10-year, $334,526 maintenance contract to clean, refinish and inspect the town’s two water towers through 2031. more
A thousand ideas from Princeton residents produced a trail and park vision laid out in imaginative detail for council members last week. more
Long Grove council members have taken a first step to get advice on financing for long-term projects, including improved water treatment and upgrades to First Street. more
A new Iowa audit of the City of Buffalo disclosed continuing financial oversight lapses after a state audit last year led to criminal charges against a former deputy city clerk. more
Eldridge utility workers will get a better look inside sewers with a $57,250 upgrade to the city’s sewer cam trailer. more
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