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Eldridge city administrator Lisa Kotter read this statement to council members at  the Monday, Sept. 20 meeting. more
Eldridge council members have an investigator’s report that one councilman says vindicates the city. more
Amazon’s arrival fills the Eastern Iowa Industrial Center to near capacity, launching a discussion about the next Scott County farm fields to be targeted for development. more
Six candidates have filed nomination papers for three seats which will be filled on the North Scott School Board in the Nov. 2 election. more
Eldridge council members boosted their budget to $10,000 for an external investigation of harassment complaints filed by city administrator Lisa Kotter and building inspector Ray Nees. At a 30-minute meeting Sept. 9, the council raised the budget from $5,000 approved earlier this month, and added up to $1,000 for the same firm to investigate a citizen’s complaint against Nees. more
The Eldridge city council will consider a parking ban on the south side of the eastern-most blocks of East Iowa Street. more
The Iowa Legislature approved several changes to Iowa election laws which affect voter registration and absentee balloting. more
Gov. Kim Reynolds recently appointed 343 Iowans to state boards and commissions, including 12 from Scott and neighboring counties: more
The deadline for filing for mayor and city council in area towns is Thursday, Sept. 16 at 5:00 p.m. more
Central Scott Telephone’s broadband connection hut will find a new home after an hour-long council debate persuaded phone company CEO Donn Wilmott to look elsewhere in the city. more
Princeton’s decade-long dream for a trail comes with a $1.23 million price tag for about 3.5 miles along U.S. 67, and shared lanes leading to the riverfront. more
Eldridge council members are considering promoting wastewater superintendent Tony Rupe to assistant city administrator. more
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