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I am the Iowa City and Johnson County government reporter for The Gazette. One of my favorite parts about my job is that I’m constantly learning something new and then I get to share that information with readers. Through my coverage, I hope to make it easier for readers to understand how local government works. When I’m not reporting, I enjoy hiking, spending time outside, reading and finding new restaurants to try.
Latest Articles by Izabela Zaluska
Local Government Nov. 25, 2022 6:00 am127d ago
The city of North Liberty is negotiating with the property owner to acquire the nearly 45 acres of land for a community park on the side’s northwest side.
Health Care and Medicine Nov. 23, 2022 6:00 am129d ago
ChildServe is doubling the size of its location in Coralville and opening its first satellite location in Hiawatha. This is a “proactive approach to investing in the children of Iowa,” ChildServe CEO Teri Wahlig said in a statement.
Local Government Nov. 21, 2022 2:37 pm130d ago
The application is available online, or a paper copy can be picked up at Iowa City Hall. The deadline to apply is Jan. 3.
Business News Nov. 17, 2022 3:14 pm134d ago
The Iowa City Area Development Group and Iowa City Area Business Partnership will merge in an effort to have greater impact together and provide a unified voice for local businesses in the area. The coming months will focus on transition and design work.
Local Government Nov. 16, 2022 9:53 am135d ago
The council decided on Tuesday to have applications due Jan. 3 with the selection made at the Jan. 10 council meeting. Iowa City residents can petition for a special election.
Local Government Nov. 15, 2022 1:58 pm136d ago
What improvements or renovations would you like to see at the Iowa City Senior Center? Is the current location the most ideal? The Senior Center is looking for answers to these questions and more through a short survey and community input sessions.
Local Government Nov. 14, 2022 6:00 am138d ago
The Iowa City Council at its Tuesday meeting will discuss how to move forward with filling a vacancy after council member Janice Weiner was elected to represent Iowa Senate District 45.
Campaigns & Elections Nov. 9, 2022 1:15 pm142d ago
Supervisor Jon Green received the most votes, followed by V Fixmer-Oraiz, founder and CEO of Astig Planning.
News Nov. 8, 2022 12:05 pm143d ago
The Iowa Finance Authority awarded nearly $1 million in federal housing tax credits to the NEX senior housing development project at 4643 Herbert Hoover Highway. Construction is anticipated to start next year.
News Nov. 5, 2022 5:00 am147d ago
New app aims to help drivers make informed decisions for safe travel during construction and winter seasons.
News Nov. 2, 2022 5:48 pm149d ago
Drivers traveling south on Interstate 380 who intend to go east or west on Interstate 80 will have to navigate a new ramp and exit that’s opening Thursday. The change is part of a massive reconstruction of the I-380 and I-80 interchange.
Crime and Courts Nov. 2, 2022 12:36 pm149d ago
Kendel Thompson, 20, was booked in the Johnson County Jail on Tuesday just before noon. He is is facing charges of willful injury and participating in a riot after a fight started inside Iowa City’s H-Bar last month and continued outside.
Local Government Nov. 2, 2022 8:14 am150d ago
The Iowa City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a resolution opposing proposed gun rights amendment and urging residents to vote “no” on the Nov. 8 ballot question.
Crime and Courts Nov. 1, 2022 1:50 pm150d ago
Antonio Scotton, 19, is facing charges of willful injury and participating in a riot last month that started inside the H-Bar in Iowa City and continued outside. The fight happened just minutes before a fatal shooting was reported.
News Oct. 31, 2022 5:00 am157d ago
Nancy Bird, who had led the Iowa City Downtown District for a decade, discusses how downtown has changed over the last decade, recovering from the pandemic and what’s next for the area.