Davenport City Council still trying to meet with the RDA
By: Kylen Mills
leaders are anxious to figure out what's going on with the new land–based
city council will discuss requesting to meet with the Riverboat Development Authority.
meeting would compare the city's proposal to other proposals the RDA is
considering sometime in the next 30 days.
leaders will discuss this even though the RDA sent a letter to city council
last Monday saying now isn't the time to talk.
Mayor Gluba says even though city leaders believe they have
the best option, they need to give the RDA some time.
I think they'll work their way through it and eventually we'll all get together
because our goals are somewhat similar; to do what's in the best interest of
the people of the Quad Cities," said Davenport Mayor Bill Gluba.
says he will urge the council not to request a meeting. City council meets at
5:30 tonight at City Hall.
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