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Iowa American Water put a $2 million value on Princeton’s water and sewer system and proposed a sale that would leave the city with about $448,000 after paying off $1.5 million in system debts. more
Eldridge council members Monday evening promoted wastewater superintendent Tony Rupe to assistant city administrator, asked him to continue serving as interim city administrator and gave him a pay raise equal to 90 percent of Lisa Kotter’s salary. more
The NSP and the North Scott school district present six school board candidates for a forum 7 p.m. today, Oct. 13. more
Scott County supervisors took their first crack at winnowing down their federal pandemic aid wish list that already exceeds the $33.6 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds for the county. more
Scott County supervisor Ken Croken will host a public meeting on plans for the county’s $33.6 million in federal pandemic aid, 6 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 20 at the Scott County Library in Eldridge. more
Scott County auditor Kerri Tompkins is asking supervisors to rescind almost all of the the tax abatements the county board awarded to City of Davenport properties just two weeks ago. more
Scott County Auditor Kerri Tompkins reminds voters that changes have been made to Iowa election laws which affect voter registration and absentee balloting for the Nov. 2 city and school elections. more
Republican lawmakers have voted down Iowa’s first redistricting proposal, sending the process back to a nonpartisan state agency to start from scratch. more
Ashley Atkins has a clear path to build a new home on Eldridge’s South First Street, and permission to live in a camper on her lot until the home is built. more
Lisa Kotter created a hostile work environment that eroded trust from all department heads, according to a report by the city’s employment investigator. more
Eldridge council members voted to initiate settlement talks with former city administrator Lisa Kotter. more
Scott County supervisors plan a public work session to discuss plans for $33.6 million in federal pandemic aid funds. more
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