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Brian Carter and Terri Applegate are among residents interested in filling the council term of Michael Kline. Kline is moving to Polk City to become superintendent of the North Polk school district. more
Donahue and Princeton city council members are considering offers from Iowa American Water to join Scott County communities that sold water and sewer systems to the international firm. more
Princeton residents are invited to Woomert Park, 6 p.m., Wednesday, June 9 to continue park and trail planning through Iowa’s Living Roadways Community Visioning Program. more
Scott County sheriff Tim Lane welcomed three new deputies, and swore in three new jail officers, part of the department’s biggest expansion ever. more
A marked crossing at Clay Street over U.S. 67 and the Canadian Pacific railroad tracks is one of the priorities emerging from discussions with residents about making it easier to get around Princeton. 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
Community visioning enthusiasm is catching fire in Princeton with hundreds of residents sharing suggestions for riverfront pocket parks, spray pads and lots more. more
Princeton leaders launched a long-term visioning project for the town by participating in a planning meeting hosted by Iowa State University’s Living Roadway Community Visioning program. more
Princeton will get riverfront trail help from National Park Service experts and an Iowa State University faculty-student team that also will offer some street planning guidance. more
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