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North Scott schools withdrew, for now, a plan to rezone about 1.45 acres of junior high property for five new, student-built home lots. more
Eldridge is ready to spend $38,051 this month for new lights for Sheridan Meadows ball diamonds, just part of the improvements needed for the Aug. 14-21 International Softball Congress 75th Annual ISC Men’s fast pitch world tournament. more
Scott County supervisors will decide this month when voters will have a say in replacing retiring county auditor Roxanna Moritz. more
Senate Majority Leader Jack Whitver, R-Ankeny, said the Senate will “absolutely” include more money for Iowa prisons in its budget. more
Long Grove residents may weigh in April 20 on the council’s long term projects to improve parts of First, Grove and Main streets, upgrade water and sewer treatment and upgrade the electric service. more
Secretary of State Paul Pate encourages Iowans who receive a “No Activity” mailing from his office to respond quickly. Registered voters who did not participate in the 2020 general election will soon receive the mailing to confirm their residential address. Those who do not respond will continue to be listed as inactive voters until they participate in an election or update their voter registration. more
Princeton council members wished public works foreman Josh Genz well, cut him a $4,607.03 check for unused vacation and compensatory time, and accepted his resignation following six years of service to his hometown. more
The final plat for Grunwald Groves townhome addition now includes six lots from 1.3 to 2.2 acres for condominium buildings. more
U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst's 99-county tour will come to Scott County Friday, April 9, with a 9:00 a.m. meeting with Bettendorf city officials at Bettendorf City Hall, 1609 State Street, Bettendorf. 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
Democrat Rita Hart, in a surprise announcement March 31, said she’s withdrawing her challenge to the results in Iowa’s 2nd Congressional District, citing a “toxic campaign of political disinformation” as her request for a review of the race’s six-vote margin grew into a nationalized, increasingly partisan dispute. 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
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