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PUBLIC NOTICE: Attention voters: A public test of the optical scan and voter assistance terminal to be used at the November 2nd City/Schools Election will be conducted October 19th, 8:30 a.m. The public test will be conducted at the Scott County warehouse 4715 Tremont Ave, Davenport, west entrance. Please contact the Scott County Auditor’s Office for more information (563) 3268631. Public Notice is hereby given to all qualified voters in Scott County, Iowa, that a Countywide City School Election will be held on Tuesday, November 2, 2021 between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. for the purpose of electing city and school officers. The following polling places will be available: • AG Donahue Fire Station (AG) 302 N Main St Donahue • B11 Quad City Area Realtors 1900 State St Bettendorf (This is a new polling location) • B12 Mississippi Bend A.E.A 729 21st St Bettendorf • B21 Redeemer Lutheran Church 1107 Tanglefoot Lane Bettendorf (This is a new polling location) • B22 Hope Baptist Church 1642 Tangle Foot Ln Bettendorf • B23 Bettendorf Library (B23) 2950 Learning Campus Dr Bettendorf • B31 First Baptist Church 3593 Middle Rd Bettendorf • B32 Bettendorf Library (B32) 2950 Learning Campus Dr Bettendorf • B41 Bettendorf Public Works 4403 Devils Glen Rd Bettendorf • B42 St John Vianney Church 4097 18th St Bettendorf • B51 Tanglewood Hills Pavilion 4250 Middle Rd Bettendorf • B52 Surrey Heights Fire Station 5002 Crow Creek Rd Bettendorf • BF Buffalo Activity Center-City Hall 329 Dodge St Buffalo • BG Blue Grass Public Safety Building 606 W Mayne St Blue Grass • BU Buffalo Community Center 426 Clark St Buffalo • D11 Davenport Fairmount Library 3000 N Fairmount St Davenport • D12 New Hope Presbyterian Church 4209 W Locust St Davenport • D13 Roosevelt Community Center 1220 Minnie Ave Davenport (This is a new polling location) • D14 Credit Island Park Lodge 2200 W River Dr Davenport (This is a new polling location) • D21 High Point Bible Chapel 2600 W 63rd St Davenport • D22 Seventh Day Adventist School 4444 W Kimberly Rd Davenport • D23 Christ United Methodist Church 2330 W 41st St Davenport • D24 Eastern Iowa Community College - Scott Community College West Campus 2950 N. Fairmount St Davenport (This is a new polling location) • D31 St Mark Lutheran Church 2363 W 3rd St Davenport • D32 Zion Lutheran Church 1216 W 8th St Davenport • D33 Scott County Administrative Center 600 W 4th St Davenport • D34 Third Missionary Baptist Church 222 W 14th St Davenport • D41 4H Building - M.V. Fairgrounds 2815 W Locust St Davenport • D42 Newcomb Presbyterian Church 2619 N Division St Davenport • D43 Holy Family Church 1923 N Fillmore St Davenport • D44 St Ambrose - Rogalski Center 518 W Locust St Davenport • D51 Living Hope Community Church 216 W Hayes St Davenport • D52 First Presbyterian Church 1702 Iowa St Davenport • D53 Grace Lutheran Church 1140 E High St Davenport • D54 First Christian Church 510 E 15th St Davenport • D61 Coram Deo Bible Church 3800 E 53rd St Davenport • D62 Christ’s Family Church 4601 Utica Ridge Rd Davenport • D63 Unitarian Church 3707 Eastern Av Davenport • D64 Duck Creek Park Lodge 3300 E Locust St Davenport • D71 C.A.S.I. 1035 W Kimberly Rd Davenport • D72 Faith United Church of Christ 1630 W 38th St Davenport • D73 Illowa Council Service Center 4412 N Brady St Davenport (This is a new polling location) • D74 Davenport Public Works Center 1200 E 46th St Davenport • D81 Holiday Inn Express 401 Veteran’s Memorial Parkway Davenport (This is a new polling location) • D82 Red Hawk Golf Course 6364 Northwest Blvd Davenport (This is a new polling location) • D83 North High School 626 W 53rd St Davenport • D84 Davenport Eastern Library 6000 Eastern Av Davenport • DH Donahue Fire Station 302 N Main St Donahue • EL1 Scott County Library 200 N 6th Av Eldridge • EL2 Eldridge United Methodist Church 604 S 2nd St Eldridge • HG Maysville Fire Station 23630 93rd Av Maysville • LB New Liberty Fire Station 765 Pike St New Liberty • LC1 First Presbyterian Church of LeClaire 200 S 12th St LeClaire • LC2 LeClaire Fire Station 201 N 15th St LeClaire • LCT Our Lady of the River Catholic Church 28200 226th Pl LeClaire • LG Long Grove Community Center 114 N 1st St Long Grove • MC McCausland Community Center 305 N Salina St McCausland • PKV Park View Lutheran Church 14 Grove Rd Eldridge • PR Princeton Community Center 428 River Dr Princeton • PV Trinity Lutheran Church 18137 Criswell St Pleasant Valley • RV Riverdale Town Hall 110 Manor Dr Riverdale • WC Calvary United Methodist Church 100 E James St Walcott • WF Long Grove Fire Station 121 N 1st St Long Grove The following Public Measures are on some Ballots: City of Donahue Public Measure D: SHALL THE FOLLOWING PUBLIC MEASURE BE ADOPTED? SHALL THE CITY OF DONAHUE, IOWA, LOCATED IN SCOTT COUNTY, SELL AND CONVEY ALL OF ITS MUNICIPAL WATER AND WASTEWATER ASSETS TO IOWA AMERICAN WATER COMPANY? Durant Community Schools Public Measure DM: SHALL THE FOLLOWING PUBLIC MEASURE BE ADOPTED? Summary: To adopt a Revenue Purpose Statement specifying the use of revenues the Durant Community School District will receive from the State of Iowa Secure an Advanced Vision for Education Fund. In the Durant Community School District, the following Revenue Purpose Statement which specifies the use of revenues the Durant Community School District will receive from the State of Iowa Secure an Advanced Vision for Education Fund shall be adopted. To provide funds to acquire or install information technology infrastructure (including improving buildings or sites for the purpose of accessing broadband digital telecommunications) and school safety and security infrastructure. To provide funds to build and furnish a new school building or buildings; to build and furnish addition(s) to school buildings in the District; to remodel, reconstruct, repair, expand, and improve the school buildings in the District; to purchase and improve grounds; for demolition work; to furnish and equip district facilities. To provide funds for the purchase, lease or lease-purchase of buildings, equipment (including transportation and recreation equipment), or technology and to repair transportation equipment for transporting students as authorized by law, to implement energy conservation measures, sharing or rental of facilities including a joint infrastructure project for the purposes of offering classes under district-to-community college programs as authorized in Iowa Code Section 423F.3(3)(c), procuring or acquisition of libraries, or opening roads to schoolhouses or buildings. To provide funds to purchase land as part of start-up costs for new student construction program or if the sale of the previous student construction was insufficient to purchase land, and to purchase construction materials and supplies for a student-constructed building or shed intended to be retained by and used by the District. To provide funds to make payments to a municipality or other entity as required under Iowa Code Section 403.19(2). To provide funds for demolition, cleanup, and other costs if such costs are necessitated by, and incurred within two years of, a disaster. To provide funds to establish and maintain public recreation places and playgrounds; provide for supervision and instruction for recreational activities; or for community education purposes. To provide funds for the payment of principal and interest or retirement of general obligation bonds issued for school infrastructure purposes, energy improvement loans, loan agreements authorized by Iowa Code Section 297.36, sales, service and use tax revenue bonds issued under Iowa Code Section 423E.5 or Iowa Code Section 423F.4. To provide funds for property tax relief; and To provide funds for other authorized expenditures and purposes as now or hereafter permitted by law and designated by the Durant Community School District. It being understood that if this proposition should fail to be approved by the voters, such failure shall not be construed to terminate or restrict authority previously granted by the voters to expend receipts from the Secure an Advanced Vision for Education Fund. If approved, this Revenue Purpose Statement shall remain in effect until replaced or amended by the Durant Community School District. Calamus-Wheatland Community School District Public Measure FC: SHALL THE FOLLOWING PUBLIC MEASURE BE ADOPTED? Summary: Revenue received by the Calamus-Wheatland Community School District from the State of Iowa Secure an Advanced Vision for Education Fund may be spent for anyone or more of the following purposes: To provide funds for property tax relief. To provide funds to acquire or install information technology infrastructure (including improving buildings or sites for the purpose of accessing broadband digital telecommunications) and school safety and security infrastructure. To provide funds to build and furnish a new school building or buildings; to build and furnish addition(s) to school buildings in the District; to remodel, reconstruct, repair, expand, and improve the school buildings in the District; to purchase and improve grounds; for demolition work; and to furnish and equip District facilities. To provide funds for the purchase, lease or lease-purchase of buildings, equipment (including transportation and recreation equipment) or technology and to repair transportation equipment for transporting students as authorized by law, to implement energy conservation measures, sharing or rental of facilities including a joint infrastructure project for the purposes of offering classes under a District-tocommunity college as authorized in Iowa Code section 423F.3(3)(c), procuring or acquisition of libraries or opening roads to schoolhouses or buildings. To provide funds to purchase land as part of start-up costs for new student construction program or if the sale of the previous student construction was insufficient to purchase land, and to purchase construction materials and supplies for a student-constructed building or shed intended to be retained by and used by the District. To provide funds to make payments to a municipality or other entity as required under Iowa Code section 403.19(2). To provide funds for demolition, cleanup, and other costs if such costs are necessitated by, and incurred within two years of, a disaster. To provide funds to establish and maintain public recreation places and playgrounds; provide for supervision and instruction for recreational activities or for community education purposes. To provide funds for the payment of principal and interest or retirement of general obligation bonds issued for school infrastructure purposes, energy improvement loans, loan agreements authorized by Iowa Code section 297.36, sales, service, and use tax revenue bonds issued under Iowa Code section 423E.5 or Iowa Code section 423F.4; and To provide funds for other authorized expenditures and purposes as now or hereafter permitted by law and designated by the Calamus-Wheatland Community School District. It being understood that if this proposition should fail to be approved by the voters, such failure shall not be construed to terminate or restrict authority previously granted by the voters to expend receipts from the Secure an Advanced Vision for Education Fund. If adopted, this revenue purpose statement shall remain in effect until replaced or amended by the Calamus-Wheatland Community School District. The following offices are on certain Ballots: City of Bettendorf 2nd Ward Alderman (vote for no more than one) 1. Scott Naumann City of Bettendorf 4th Ward Alderman (vote for no more than one) 1. Gregory Paul Adamson City of Bettendorf Alderman At Large (vote for no more than one) 1. Lisa M Brown 2. Jean Dickson City of Blue Grass Mayor (vote for no more than one) 1. Brad Schutte 2. James Hayes City of Blue Grass City Council (vote for no more than two) 1. Donna Porter 2. Kimberly Hayes 3. Mike Hermann 4. Timothy E Rhoades City of Buffalo Mayor (vote for no more than one) 1. Dave Stickrod 2. Sally Rodriguez City of Buffalo City Council (vote for no more than three) 1. Brandon Berg 2. Arthur Bartleson 3. Jim Rogers 4. Mary K Moore 5. Austin Miller City of Davenport Mayor (vote for no more than one) 1. Mike Matson 2. Athena Gilbraith City of Davenport 1st Ward Alderman (vote for no more than one) 1. Rick Dunn City of Davenport 2nd Ward Alderman (vote for no more than one) 1. Maria Dickmann 2. Ronald W Schwener City of Davenport 3rd Ward Alderman (vote for no more than one) 1. Marion Meginnis City of Davenport 4th Ward Alderman (vote for no more than one) 1. Robby Ortiz City of Davenport 5th Ward Alderman (vote for no more than one) 1. Tim Kelly 2. Matthew Jon Dohrmann City of Davenport 6th Ward Alderman (vote for no more than one) 1. Benjamin Jobgen City of Davenport 7th Ward Alderman (vote for no more than one) 1. Derek Cornette 2. Alexandra Dermody City of Davenport 8th Ward Alderman (vote for no more than one) 1. Judith Lee City of Davenport Alderman at Large (vote for no more than two) 1. JJ Condon 2. Kyle Gripp City of Dixon Mayor (vote for no more than one) 1. Steve Laughlin City of Dixon City Council (vote for no more than one) 1. Sue Motz 2. Billy H Meyer City of Donahue City Council (vote for no more than three) 1. Tim Arp 2. Trista M Cronkleton 3. Chelle Hayslett 4. Joel Kelly 5. Andrew Cronkleton City of Durant Mayor (vote for no more than one) 1. Jamie Renee Giltner 2. Scott Spengler City of Durant For Council At-Large (vote for no more than three) 1. Mendim Alimoski 2. Tom Daufeldt 3. Jason W Mier 4. Daniel Sterner 5. Kenneth P Elshoff 6. Diane Quiram City of Eldridge Mayor (vote for no more than one) 1. Frank King 2. Martin P O’Boyle City of Eldridge Council (vote for no more than two) 1. Brian Dockery 2. Daniel Collins 3. Tisha Bousselot 4. April Rus City of LeClaire Mayor (vote for no more than one) 1. Dennis Gerard City of LeClaire City Council (vote for no more than three) 1. Amy L Blair 2. Ryan Salvador 3. Barry A Long City of Long Grove Mayor (vote for no more than one) 1. Michael Limberg City of Long Grove City Council (vote for no more than two) 1. Kevin Green 2. Ryan Christensen City of Long Grove City Council To Fill A Vacancy (vote for no more than one) 1. Chad Ulrich City of Maysville Mayor (vote for no more than one) 1. David Sindt City of Maysville City Council (vote for no more than three) 1. Britney Hittenmiller 2. Rodney Ferris 3. Duane Harvey 4. Dale Fischer City of McCausland City Council (vote for no more than two) 1. Katy Shipman 2. Karen Carsten 3. Joseph Schultz City of New Liberty City Mayor (vote for no more than one) 1. No candidate City of New Liberty Council (vote for no more than three) 1. No candidate City of Panorama Park Mayor (vote for no more than one) 1. Ronald Rice City of Panorama Park City Council (vote for no more than five) 1. David Smith 2. Steven Thayne Perry 3. Timothy Huber 4. Chris Gilbert 5. Shawn Rice City of Princeton Mayor (vote for no more than one) 1. Kevin M Kernan 2. Terri Applegate City of Princeton City Council (vote for no more than two) 1. Karen Woomert 2. Zach Phares 3. Ethan W Bettis City of Riverdale Mayor (vote for no more than one) 1. Anthony Heddlesten City of Riverdale City Council (vote for no more than two) 1. Vincent Jurgena 2. Beth Anne Halsey 3. Paul DCamp City of Walcott Mayor (vote for no more than one) 1. John J Kostichek City of Walcott City Council (vote for no more than two) 1. Kirk Koberg Bennett Community School District Director At-Large (vote for no more than three) 1. Chris Eicher Sr 2. Spencer L Hicks 3. Gregory Reynolds 4. Denise McGhee 5. Teresa Bjurstrom Bettendorf Community School District School Board Director (vote for no more than three) 1. Andrew Champion 2. Traci Huskey 3. Analicia M Gomes 4. Richard A Lynch 5. Melissa Zumdome 6. Adam Holland 7. Linda Smithson Calamus-Wheatland Community School District Director At-Large (vote for no more than two) 1. Matthew Buchanan 2. Blaine D Henning Calamus-Wheatland Community School District Director District 2 (vote for no more than one) 1. Tyler Davisson Davenport Community School District School Board Director (vote for no more than three) 1. Bruce Potts 2. Farrah N Powell 3. Karen Gordon 4. Allison Beck Durant Community School District Director At-Large (vote for no more than two) 1. Julie Rivera 2. Katy Oberlander North Scott Community School District School Board Director (vote for no more than three) 1. Mark Pratt 2. Nick Hansel 3. Donn Wilmott 4. Stephanie Eckhardt 5. Frank Wood 6. Tracy Lindaman Pleasant Valley School District School Board Director District 1 (vote for no more than one) 1. Kathryn Kunkel 2. Sara L Bennion Pleasant Valley School District School Board Director District 2 (vote for no more than one) 1. Brent Ayers 2. Jon Kundert Pleasant Valley School District School Board Director District 7 (vote for no more than one) 1. Doug Kanwischer 2. Aaron Hawk Eastern Iowa Community College Board of Directors District I (vote for no more than one) 1. Deborah Tappendorf 2. Nancy Nolan Eastern Iowa Community College Board of Directors District II (vote for no more than one) 1. No Candidate Eastern Iowa Community College Board of Directors District VI (vote for no more than one) 1. Jennifer Boysen Eastern Iowa Community College Board of Directors District VIII (vote for no more than one) 1. No Candidate Pre-registered voters are required to provide an approved form of identification at the polling place before receiving and casting a regular ballot. Voters who are not pre-registered – such as voters registering to vote on election day – and voters changing precincts must also provide proof of residence. A voter who is unable to provide an approved form of identification (or prove residence if required) may 1) have the voter’s identity/residence attested to by another registered voter in the precinct, 2) prove identity and residence using Election Day Registration documents, or 3) cast a provisional ballot and provide proof of identity/residence at the county auditor’s office by November 8th, Noon. Election Day Registrant attesters must provide an approved form of identification. For additional information about providing proof of identity and/or residence visit: https://sos.iowa.gov/voterid or phone the Scott County Auditor’s Office [563-326-8631]. Any voter who is physically unable to enter a polling place has the right to vote in the voter’s vehicle. For further information, please contact the county auditor’s office at the telephone number or e-mail address listed below. Telephone: 563-326-8631 Email address: auditor@scottcountyiowa.gov. For TTY access, dial 711 + 563-326-8631. Attempting to Vote more than once is a crime: Iowa Code Section 39A.2(3) A person commits the crime of election misconduct in the FIRST DEGREE if the person willfully votes or attempts to vote more than once at the same election, or votes or attempts to vote at an election knowing oneself not to be qualified. Voting in this election shall be on an optical scan and ballot marking system. This notice is given by the Commissioner of Elections, Scott County, Iowa pursuant to State Law. Kerri Tompkins Scott County Auditor Commissioner of Voter Registration Scott County, Iowa October 13, 2021 View all ballot styles on the Scott County Website: www.scottcountyiowa.gov.