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Disagreement brings slight delay to Ambulance Service building project

IOWA CITY — Plans to seek the proper firm to design a new Johnson County Ambulance Service building will be stalled for about two weeks.

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Iowa City approves new rules for taxi cabs, ride-sharing services

IOWA CITY — Taxi companies and taxi drivers must follow a number of new rules after a vote by the Iowa City Council Monday night.

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Elected officials like higher property values

CEDAR RAPIDS — Balancing local budgets for nearly every city in Linn and Johnson counties, as well as for the county governments and school ... »

Johnson County Compensation Board unanimously approves supervisor pay raise recommendation

IOWA CITY — An unprecedented requested pay increase for Johnson County's Board of Supervisors has moved one step closer to fruition.

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Johnson County officials plan to add deputies, secure entrance at courthouse

IOWA CITY — Officials in Johnson County are working to enhance safety and security at the courthouse two months after voters rejected a $33. ... »

Uber absent from Iowa City months after recruiting drivers

IOWA CITY — Several months after social media recruitment postings for drivers by Uber started showing up, the company is nowhere to be seen ... »

Johnson County Board of Supervisors request 4.5 percent pay raise

IOWA CITY — The Johnson County Board of Supervisors has unanimously requested a 4.5 percent pay increase, a move members say is unprecedente ... »

North Liberty moves forward with sewer line despite landowner’s lawsuit

NORTH LIBERTY — Gary Weinman walked through his prairie on a frigid afternoon Friday with warm memories.

“It would just put a s ... »

New report estimates costs, ridership for Cedar Rapids-Iowa City bus service

New cost and ridership estimates look to be reasonable for an intercity bus service between Cedar Rapids, North Liberty, Coralville and Iowa City & ... »

Property owner’s complaint could delay Liberty High School

IOWA CITY — A property owner’s attempt to prevent a new sewer line from crossing his land could delay construction of Liberty High Sc ... »

Iowa City Council to meet Tuesday morning to discuss cottages

IOWA CITY — The Iowa City Council will meet Tuesday morning to discuss the three mid-19th century cottages south of downtown.

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Iowa City Council approves requests from two developments

IOWA CITY — The Iowa City Council has given the green light to provide financial aid to a local developer’s plans for a Riverside Dri ... »

Iowa City picks top two developers for property at Linn & Court streets

IOWA CITY — The Iowa City Council has narrowed the list of finalists vying to develop the Linn and Court Streets property from four to two, ... »

Council to vote on $1.8 million TIF for apartment building

IOWA CITY — City officials have recommended the city provide financial aid to a local developer’s proposed 96-unit apartment complex. ... »

Protesters unite in Iowa City in support of Ferguson

IOWA CITY — When Tayo Ajose goes into a store, she’s careful to hold the item she wants to buy prominently in front of her body. The ... »

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