More Monica Mendoza Articles

  • Blog: City Attorney recognized for outstanding work

    Updated: Wed, Dec 10, 2014

    Colorado Springs City Attorney Wynetta Massey has been recognized as “Outstanding City Attorney of the Year” by the Metro City Attorneys Association, according to a press release from the city.   Massey was presented the award Tuesday evening at the association’s annual...

  • Colorado Springs council overrides mayoral veto

    Updated: Wed, Dec 10, 2014

    It may take a judge to end a budget dispute in which Colorado Springs City Council President Keith King and Mayor Steve Bach each declare the other is violating the city's constitution. King said he will ask the council in January to hire an attorney and take Bach to court for a...

  • Colorado Springs City Council looks to change charter

    Updated: Tue, Dec 9, 2014

    It's been nearly one year since Mayor Steve Bach fired the City Council's legislative assistant. But the council has not forgotten. In January, the council will decide whether to take its personnel issue to the voters of Colorado Springs, and council members discussed the possible...

  • Blog: Five -- so far-- vying for Dist. 2 council vacancy

    Updated: Mon, Dec 8, 2014

    Bill Murray, who dropped his bid in 2013 for the District 2 seat to endorse Joel Miller, is back for a second chance. He was the first to submit his name for consideration to fill Miller’s vacated seat. By 1 p.m. on Monday, five people had applied for the District 2 seat, which will...

  • Blog: Website thanks Bach, but who launched it?

    Updated: Thu, Dec 4, 2014

    Someone wants to publicly thank Mayor Steve Bach for his time in office, but who? An anonymous person or group launched a website, www.ThankyouMayorBach but apparently does not want anyone to know who they are. It’s a rudimentary page with an open letter to the mayor listing 10...

  • Blog: City Council wants views on C4C and pot for District 2 post

    Updated: Wed, Dec 3, 2014

    Help wanted: City Council is accepting applications to fill former-councilmember Joel Miller’s seat in District 2. But City Council isn’t just looking for citizen do-gooder. City Council members want to know the would-be council member's views on the City for Champions project,...

  • Bach pushes capital improvements funding plan for ballot, but council members hesitant

    Updated: Wed, Dec 3, 2014

    Citizens had a chance Tuesday to peruse poster boards detailing Mayor Steve Bach's funding plan for capital improvement projects across Colorado Springs, which includes stormwater projects. Bach hosted the fourth of six community forums to take feedback on the proposal that calls for...

  • John Suthers opens early lead in one phase of Colorado Springs mayoral race

    Updated: Tue, Dec 2, 2014

    In the money-raising race for Colorado Springs mayor, outgoing Colorado Attorney General John Suthers continues to have a big lead. Suthers has raised $72,799 for his campaign, records show. Suthers is one of four mayoral candidates that filed campaign finance reports with the City...

  • Shopping on Black Friday? Take a break with these craft beer options

    Updated: Fri, Nov 28, 2014

    Doing some Black Friday shopping? Need a beer break? Here are some brewereis geographically located near Colorado Springs shopping hot spots. If you are shopping up north at the University Village, BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse is right there, where you can try a Nutty Brewnette - a...

  • Live blog: Black Friday is here and Colorado Springs shoppers are looking for bargains on quality merchandise

    Updated: Fri, Nov 28, 2014

    Note: Scroll down in this article for live Colorado Springs-area Black Friday shopping updates via Twitter (#csBlackFriday). Black Friday shopping has become a tradition, and sport, for the Zadah and Khoshnaw clan of Colorado Springs. This year, the family upped its shopping plan...

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