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East Moline Passes Preservation Ordinance PDF Print E-mail
City Shorts
Wednesday, 13 September 2000 18:00
The City of East Moline has passed a historic-preservation ordinance to promote the protection of historic and architectural character, as well as the resources of the city. A Historic Preservation Commission has been formed to guide and define these goals and consists of seven appointed members who are residents of the city.

 
Leach-Sponsored Bill Would Monitor Your Bank Account PDF Print E-mail
City Shorts
Wednesday, 13 September 2000 18:00
U.S. Representative Jim Leach (R-IA) is the sponsor of bill HR 3886, the International Counter-Money Laundering and Foreign Anti-Corruption Act of 2000. Despite the title, one provision gives U.S. Treasury officials the specific power to impose “Know Your Customer-style regulations on U.

 
County Pushes $1.5 Million Juvenile-Detention Project Forward PDF Print E-mail
Local News
Wednesday, 06 September 2000 18:00
Scott County is moving forward with a $1.5 million plan to expand and remodel its juvenile-detention facility, and construction could start early next year. The Scott County Board of Supervisors on August 31 unanimously approved a resolution authorizing county staff to begin negotiations for planning, design, and architectural services.

 
Adler Works to Grow PDF Print E-mail
Feature Stories
Tuesday, 29 August 2000 18:00
Like a lot of arts organizations, the Adler Theatre is thinking big. A bigger stage, a bigger lobby, bigger dressing rooms, bigger shows. All with money from the State of Iowa. That’s the plan anyway.

 
A State of the Arts PDF Print E-mail
Feature Stories
Tuesday, 29 August 2000 18:00
Newt Gingrich might be the best thing that ever happened to the arts. Really. When Gingrich ascended to the position of House Speaker in 1994, he and his cohorts in the short-lived Republican Revolution sparked a debate about public funding for the arts.

 
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