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  • One person taken to hospital after shooting in south-central Colorado Springs

    Updated: Sat, Oct 18, 2014

    A male was taken to Memorial Hospital late Saturday after a shooting at a home in the Stratton Meadows neighborhood, Colorado Springs police said. No information on the victim's condition was available, but homicide detectives were called to the scene of the shooting in the 1000 block...

  • Top 10 contributors to the stormwater initiative campaign

    Updated: Wed, Oct 15, 2014

    Nearly $200,000 has rolled in for the effort to pass a stormwater initiative in four cities and most of El Paso County. Citizens for Responsible Stormwater Action have raised $197,975 and $1,400 in non-monetary contributions, according to campaign finance reports filed with the...

  • Blog: Council president asks Mayor for quarterly reports on severance packages

    Published: Tue, Oct 14, 2014

    Colorado Springs City Council president Keith King wants the City Council to be informed quarterly when the mayor spends money on severance packages for his senior managers. After all, that is what the council-approved Civilian Policy and Procedure Manual requires. Policy No. 66 in...

  • Colorado Springs council member wants to take up issue of severance packages

    Updated: Mon, Oct 13, 2014

    A Colorado Springs council member is floating a city ordinance that would make it illegal to give severance packages to city employees without City Council consent. Council member Helen Collins said such payouts are equal to stealing from the taxpayers, mainly because the payouts are...

  • Colorado Springs business leaders say success stories should be shared

    Updated: Fri, Oct 10, 2014

    The key to unlocking the entrepreneurial and innovation door in Colorado Springs is strong infrastructure, talent and capital. But it's also about telling Colorado Springs' success stories, business leaders said Friday at the 18th annual Southern Colorado Economic Forum, hosted by the...

  • Colorado Springs budget discussions could be contentious

    Updated: Thu, Oct 9, 2014

    The 2015 budget season could be a repeat of the 2014 season with City Council debates over the number of budget departments, park watering and outside legal counsel. Some issues left over from last year will resurface, said Councilman Don Knight, who also is on the council's budget...

  • Group wants voters to decide on fate of Colorado Springs-sponsored event centers, stadiums

    Updated: Wed, Oct 8, 2014

    A group of citizens were given the green light Wednesday to circulate a petition asking voters to decide the fate of all city-sponsored event centers or stadiums. The group headed by Anita Miller, wife of City Councilman Joel Miller, received approval from the city's three-member...

  • Mayor Bach unveils proposed 2015 Colorado Springs budget

    Updated: Wed, Oct 8, 2014

    If Mayor Steve Bach's proposed 2015 city budget is approved by the City Council, there will be 20 more police officers next year, the city's troubled Information Technology department will get a $2.8 million boost to fix its network system and residents will see $11 million spent on...

  • Blog: No money for economic development organizations?

    Updated: Tue, Oct 7, 2014

    Earlier this year, the City Council’s committee that oversees about $4 million in Lodgers and Automobile Rental Tax collections decided to part ways with the Regional Business Alliance. It wasn’t personal. But the committee said that LART funds ought to be used to support events that...

  • Blog: City hires new IT director, will oversee a network overhaul

    Updated: Tue, Oct 7, 2014

    Carl Nehls was introduced this week as the city’s new chief information officer and takes over the troubled Information Technology department.   “We are excited to bring Carl on board -- his expertise will provide leadership and stability to the Information Technology...

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