The City Council Meeting Agenda/packet for the September 26, 2018 meeting is available at the following link:

MRCTI, USGS, USACE, DOT Solidify Water Quality Work
Grant and Pilot Projects Also Announced to Improve Resilience

The U.S. has seen a jump in suicides in recent years, with rural states being hardest hit. Iowa’s suicide rate increased more than 35 percent between 1999 and 2016.

The Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS) is receiving nearly $29 million in new federal funding to help the state fight the opioid crisis.

I am determined. I am courageous. I am a survivor.

Join us as we rise up against sexual abuse in our communities. The annual Rising Up Against Sexual Abuse luncheon will be held Friday, October 12, at the Quad Cities Waterfront Convention Center. Doors open at 11 a.m. with the program beginning at noon.

Independent Scholars Evenings.

September 20th. 2018   7.00 p.m.,

“ Hanuman and Consciousness”  The power of the human mind and Consciousness as seen in the imagery of  Hanuman.


Narveen Aryaputri

General discussion to follow.

Independent Scholars’ Evenings

1530 Fifth Avenue

Moline, IL 61201

Free and Open to all

call in : 515 604 9383

access code 583633

The City Council Committee of the Whole Agenda/Packet for the September 19, 2018 meeting are now available at the following link:

MOLINE, ILLINOIS – WQPT - PBS FOR THE QUAD CITIES REGION invites the public to preview screenings of a new Ken Burns documentary “THE MAYO CLINIC: FAITH – HOPE – SCIENCE.”

Each screening event will include a 36-minute preview of the Ken Burns documentary about the Mayo Clinic, and a panel discussion of the film.

United Way’s Fall Day of Caring is Thursday, September 20, 2018 when 1,500 people will volunteer at 75 projects throughout the Quad Cities. Projects include: reading to children, organizing a donation center, manning a mobile food pantry, revitalizing a playground, landscaping, and much more.

WASHINGTON – The United States Senate today passed a broad, anti-opioid abuse package that includes 12 bipartisan legislative efforts led and co-sponsored by Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee and Senate Caucus on International Narcotics Control.