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Moline Readies Water-Plant Loan Application PDF Print E-mail
Local News
Tuesday, 23 January 2001 18:00
As the City of Moline finalizes its plans for a nearly $20 million expansion of its water plant over the next few months, the city will also put the finishing touches on an application for a low-interest state loan that could have a major impact on the utility’s ability to maintain its aging system.

 
Public With Business Censored from TV PDF Print E-mail
Feature Stories
Tuesday, 23 January 2001 18:00
On Wednesday evening, January 17, 2001, during the year’s second formal council meeting, Mayor Phil Yerington announced the council’s plan to censor the “Public with Business to Present” (PWB) portion of all future council meetings (committee, committee of the whole, and regular council) by no longer televising them for public viewing.

 
Davenport Starts Administrator Search with New Panel PDF Print E-mail
City Shorts
Tuesday, 23 January 2001 18:00
A 12-member panel has been formed to begin the search process for a new Davenport city administrator. Mayor Phil Yerington said he wants a new administrator by April 1. Members of the panel, which was appointed by the mayor, come from diverse backgrounds and include John Stavnes, Wells Fargo Bank; Jerry Messer, Quad City Federation of Labor; aldermen George Nickolas, Wayne Hean, and Roxanna Moritz; Dr.

 
LeClaire Ambulance Shut Down by State PDF Print E-mail
City Shorts
Tuesday, 16 January 2001 18:00
The story of LeClaire Ambulance took a recent twist when the service’s supervisor of operations quit after the company was shut down by the State of Iowa for failing to comply with an agreement with the Iowa Department of Public Health’s Bureau of Emergency Medical Services.

 
Why You Should Be Burning Up About Natural-Gas Prices PDF Print E-mail
Local News
Tuesday, 16 January 2001 18:00
MidAmerican Energy drew a bull’s eye on its back, scheduling a series of forums throughout Iowa allowing customers to vent about the high price of heating their homes this winter. The company tried to shift blame to natural-gas producers and traders, but they still got plenty of customer rage.

 
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