Loans Modernize Infrastructure and Spur Business Growth in 12 States

Community Planning staff have asked me to remind you about the neighborhood meeting for the Rockingham Road Corridor Zoning Enhancements.  It is set for 6PM at the Roosevelt Community Center, tomorrow, Thursday, March 15.  Property owners, neighbors and other stakeholders are invited to attend a discussion of zoning regulations designed to enhance the Rockingham Road corridor.

Four delegates from Carlow County, Ireland will visit Davenport March 14-20 to learn from city leaders and citizens as well as sharing best practices and resources from their communities. The Carlow delegation include:

Dan McInerney - the Director of Services for County Carlow
Michael Doran - an elected official on their County Council
Eileen Brophy - Director of the Delta Center Sensory Garden, President of Carlow Rotary

Mayors Present Strategy to Renew Mississippi River’s Natural and Built Infrastructure to the Trump Administration and Congress

(DES MOINES) – Gov. Kim Reynolds signed the following five bills into law on Wednesday:

(DES MOINES) – Iowa is the #1 state in

February 28, 2018 – QUAD CITIES – “It is time for us to step up our game,” says One Human Family QCA co-founder, Rev. Rich Hendricks of the Metropolitan Community Church of the Quad Cities. “Too many of our neighbors have been burdened with messages of hate from white supremacists.


Roads Involved: All roads listed below are now passable.

288th Street: From 82nd Avenue to River Camp Road

90th Avenue: From 277th Street to 288th Street

82nd Avenue: From 288th Street north ~0.5 miles

River Camp Road: From 288th Street to ~800 feet east of 106th Avenue

98th Avenue: North of River Camp Road

Funding distribution assures service provision to children throughout the state

CHICAGO—February 27, 2018: Seventeen counties in Illinois are getting a share of $2.7 million to serve children who are victims of violence.

CHICAGO (Feb. 21, 2018) — Gov. Bruce Rauner today announced that Executive Inspector General Maggie Hickey will leave the administration in March to pursue an opportunity in the private sector. She will join Schiff Hardin, a general practice law firm representing clients across the country and around the world.