Moline

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Moline has gone to court, hoping to force the owner of some downtown property to pay up. Monday the city filed a lawsuit against the owner of River Station, the Kaizen Company of America, claiming it owes back rent, plus fees and interest.

Michelle O'Neill / WVIK News

Most local governments in the Quad Cities are waiting for checks from FEMA to help pay for flood expenses.

Because Davenport's application is more complicated, employees continue to work with the Federal Emergency Management Agency to document and apply for Public Assistance.

Michelle O'Neill reports presidential disaster declarations for Illinois and Iowa insure cities and counties will get at least some help paying the bills.

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A new home has been built in Moline, along a busy section of 7th street, but it's not going up for sale.The ARC of the Quad Cities is a nonprofit that serves people with disabilities. The new group home is one way ARC helps them live independently.

IHMVCU

A year and-a-half after construction began, the I-H Mississippi Valley Credit Union has moved into its new headquarters in Moline. 

WVIK News

On Midwest Week, a look back 50 years when work began on a tremendous change for Moline and Quad Cities. 

Sacred Heart Catholic Church

Moline's Sacred Heart Catholic Church will celebrate its 100th anniversary this weekend.

WVIK News

A five year, multi-million dollar investment in downtown Moline may soon start to pay off for a local company. Heart of America Group, which owns hotels and restaurants in several states, will officially open the Axis Hotel on Thursday.

National Weather Service

Thanks to more rain in recent weeks, river levels around the Quad Cities are still above flood stage and not likely to fall much through next week.

submitted / City of Moline

Moline City Administrator, Lisa Kotter, has resigned.

She's only been in the position for five months.

Tuesday's city council agenda includes a mutual agreement for Kotter to leave her job, effective immediately. 

Another item is to appoint Public Works Director J. D. Schulte Interim City Administrator with a 10% increase in his salary. 

Should the city of Moline allow the sale of recreational cannabis when it becomes legal in Illinois next year ? To help answer that question, the city has issued a "request for information."

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