The new I-74 Bridge in downtown Bettendorf includes shade-tolerant landscaping and lighting under the elevated concrete approaches.

Middle Road water tank finished.

The water storage tank on Middle Road has been finished. The control building that looks like a small house is also finished, landscaping and other minor work remains to be finished. To see a picture of the control building, click read more.

Bettendorf Park Board Meeting Minutes for May 16, 2001

MAY 16, 2001

Bettendorf Park Board Meeting Minutes for May 14, 2001

MAY 14, 2001

June 4th minutes of the Pleasant Valley School Board

Dr. Spelhaug thanked the Scott County Regional Authority for awarding
grants to the school district: $50,000 for improvement of outdoor
facilities (tennis courts and running track); $22,000 for technology;
and $10,000 for junior high family and consumer science. This brings
the total of grants awarded to the district from SCRA to over $250,000
this year.

May 7th Minutes of the Bettendorf School Board

John Campbell, Director of Operations, reviewed the results of the six bids received for the BHS Social Studies and Modern Language remodeling project. He recommended the base bid be awarded to Gilbert Leech Co. in an amount not to exceed $439,000. He also recommended awarding alternates #1, #2, and #3 to Gilbert Leech Co. in the amount of $396,400. Alternate #1 includes the second floor Modern Language remodel at a cost of $308,900. Alternate #2 includes HVAC upgrades for the terminal box controls and reheat coils for all three floors in Building C at a cost of $24,000. Alternate #3 includes new high efficiency motors and airflow measuring stations for the Building C mechanical room at a cost of $63,500. This project will be funded from the one-cent local option sales tax fund.

Sorry about the delay in getting these minutes posted.

Bettendorf Park Board Agenda for June 11, 2001

Agenda for June 11 Park Board Meeting

Church addition complete.

The addition to the Our Savior Lutheran Church on Middle Road is complete. A youth room, life center as well as new preschool rooms were added. Office space and a new kitchen complete the expantion.

Hollowview Park flowers

Wildflowers abound around the bike path near Hollowview Park. The red, white and blue flowers bring thoughts of July 4 and lazy summer afternoons. To see the flowers, take the path between Devil's Glen Park and Hollowview Park. Hats off to the Park and Rec department for planting the flowers. For more photos, click read more.

May 21 Minutes of the Bettendorf School Board

The Community Use of Facilities Ad Hoc Committee presented their follow-up report, including suggested changes to the various Board policies associated with use of facilities by community groups. Jerry Fagle, Grant Wood Principal, and Mark Brooks, Athletic Director, highlighted suggested changes, including a new regulation on rules for usage of district facilities by clubs and AAU groups. Potential changes in user fees for outside school groups were discussed. Directors recommended staff discuss potential changes and associated costs with the affected group(s). The revised policies will be place on the June 4 Board agenda as an action item.

PV 5.21.01 and 5.23.01 Board Minutes

Bill Moylan commented that he was pleased to see that the tennis courts
were going to be resurfaced. He asked if the courts were going to be
lit. Dr. Barber responded that we plan to provide lights pending
funding support from grants and the Bettendorf Park Board. Mr. Moylan
recommended wiring all 8 courts for lights and planting trees around the
periphery of the courts to serve as a natural wind break.
Bids on this
project will be due May 29. The project's completion date is August 15.


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