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Musco Mini-Pitch project to be presented Thursday to City Council

MUSCATINE, Iowa – Musco Lighting will unveil plans to develop and promote a new product line in Muscatine, and the Keep Muscatine Beautiful organization wi

Fall special on slip rates at Muscatine Municipal Harbor

MUSCATINE, Iowa – Boaters will be able to take advantage of discounted slip rates in the Muscatine Municipal Boat Harbor staring Saturday, August 1, 2020.

Cast Away themed volleyball tournament scheduled August 15

MUSCATINE, Iowa – A survival-of-the-fittest event will take place Saturday, August 15, 2020, on the sand volleyball courts at Weed Park in Muscatine as the

Roundabout tentatively scheduled to open at 5 p.m. on July 27

MUSCATINE, Iowa – There will be a lot less detour traffic in Muscatine Monday as both the Mulberry Avenue and 2nd Street Roundabout along with the intersec

Council to discuss Handicap Parking Space Policy

MUSCATINE, Iowa – The final meeting of July for the Muscatine City Council will include a discussion on a handicap parking space policy developed by the De

Council set to vote on contract for new City Administrator

MUSCATINE, Iowa – The Muscatine City Council will vote on approving the contract for Carol Webb to become the City Administrator for Muscatine during the C

City announces schedule for Fourth of July weekend

MUSCATINE, Iowa – City of Muscatine offices will be closed on Friday, July 3, 2020, for the Independence Day holiday, and there will be no refuse or recycl

MuscaBus to resume route service June 29; fares resume July 1

MUSCATINE, Iowa – The City of Muscatine Public Transit division will resume regular MuscaBus routes on Monday, June 29, 2020.

Council to vote on list of deferred budget items

MUSCATINE, Iowa – The Muscatine City Council will be provided a list of six items that can be deferred or placed for further review by the City Administrat

Three meetings for City Council members on June 11

MUSCATINE, Iowa – The members of the Muscatine City Council will be spending long hours in front of their computer screens Thursday with not just one but t