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  1. Wildfires bring back our - brown cloud'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    When Richard Milhous Nixon, arguably one of our most liberal recent presidents, signed the legislation creating the Environmental Protection Agency in 1970, skies over... When Richard Milhous Nixon, arguably one of our most liberal recent presidents, signed the legislation creating the Environmental Protection Agency in 1970, skies over many American cities were nearly as polluted as those over today's Beijing. Ozone, nitrogen oxides and particulates combined to create opaque, soupy air that endangered public health.

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  2. Quiet progress now could bloom post-electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Sometimes, in this business of covering the local business community, it's not smart to write everything we know. We sit down with various people... We sit down with various people in different situations, the conversations unfold - and suddenly you realize there's only one way to hear all the specifics you need.

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  3. Spectranetics hires new CFORead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Spectranetics hired Stacy McMahan as its new Chief Financial Officer, starting Sept. 28, according to a press release sent out by the medical-device company... Spectranetics hired Stacy McMahan as its new Chief Financial Officer, starting Sept.

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  4. Cushman announces new leasesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Cushman and Wakefield, a local commercial real estate company, announced the following leases: Neurorhythm Music Therapy Services leased space at 1230 Tenderfoot Hill Road... Neurorhythm Music Therapy Services leased space at 1230 Tenderfoot Hill Road in Colorado Springs. The space is 3,652 square-feet.

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  5. Colorado: Jobs increased in first quarterRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment revised payroll job estimates for the first quarter of 2015, with figures for March increasing by 17,600... The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment revised payroll job estimates for the first quarter of 2015, with figures for March increasing by 17,600 jobs, according to information from the agency. The jobs figures were also revised upward for the other two months of the first quarter of 2015: eight-tenths of a percent for January and seven-tenths of a percent for February, the department said.

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  6. ERC keeps people safer, warmerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    The Energy Resource Center keeps people safe when their homes try to poison them. The ERC tests homes for air and water leaks, carbon... The ERC tests homes for air and water leaks, carbon monoxide levels, proper insulation and other energy factors, for 43 percent of the people living under the federal poverty level in Colorado.

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  7. Emergency preparedness survey: Springs residents feel preparedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Results from a recent survey designed to gather information about personal emergency preparedness indicate that Colorado Springs residents feel prepared for an emergency or... Results from a recent survey designed to gather information about personal emergency preparedness indicate that Colorado Springs residents feel prepared for an emergency or disaster situation, according to a news release issued by the city. More than 1,150 people participated in the anonymous survey to help the Office of Emergency Management better understand the changing demographics and needs of the community and its overall level of preparedness.

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  8. Construction starts at Forest LakesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Hundreds of new homes and a commercial development soon will occupy more than 1,000 acres of rolling hills west of Interstate 25, just off... Hundreds of new homes and a commercial development soon will occupy more than 1,000 acres of rolling hills west of Interstate 25, just off Baptist Road. Forest Lakes, an El Paso County subdivision that was on hold while the economy recovered, will eventually have about 475 homes on 867 acres, nestled next to the Pikes Peak National Forest, with lots ranging from 5,500 square feet to five-acre estate parcels.

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  9. Routon: Springs residential market looks strongRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Every two weeks, local Realtor Harry Salzman sends an update to his mailing list on how the local real estate market is performing. Regular... Every two weeks, local Realtor Harry Salzman sends an update to his mailing list on how the local real estate market is performing.

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  10. New theme for city, countyRead the original story

    Monday Aug 24 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    When the voters of Colorado Springs elected John Suthers as their new mayor in May, they obviously were hoping that the new administration would... When the voters of Colorado Springs elected John Suthers as their new mayor in May, they obviously were hoping that the new administration would be more open, more upbeat and more collaborative. Those traits, many believed, would be essential in tackling the city's most pressing issues - including improving our image in the outside world.

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  11. Hazlehurst: Is convention center next for Sanders?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    The news that The Mining Exchange developer/owner Perry Sanders is buying the Antlers Hilton rumbled across downtown Colorado Springs on the Friday afternoon of... The news that The Mining Exchange developer/owner Perry Sanders is buying the Antlers Hilton rumbled across downtown Colorado Springs on the Friday afternoon of Aug. 14 like an unexpected earthquake. It dramatically altered the business landscape, rearranged the pecking order and promised to reshape downtown in ways that few would have anticipated in the moments before the temblor.

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  12. USA Synchro headquartering in SpringsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    USA Synchro, the national governing body for synchronized swimming in the United States, announced today that it will relocate the organization's headquarters from Indianapolis... USA Synchro, the national governing body for synchronized swimming in the United States, announced today that it will relocate the organization's headquarters from Indianapolis to Colorado Springs by the end of the year. "The USA Synchro board of directors made the decision to relocate after careful consideration based on current and future strategies and after determining what will be best for the organization in the long term," according to the organization.

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  13. Springs unemployment rate drops in JulyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    The July unemployment rate in Colorado Springs is 4.9 percent, according to the latest figures from the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment. That's a... The July unemployment rate in Colorado Springs is 4.9 percent, according to the latest figures from the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment.

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  14. Healthy downtown creates healthier cityRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 18 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Some people never leave the Powers corridor; others remain firmly ensconced in the northern part of the city. Many residents say they won't come... Some people never leave the Powers corridor; others remain firmly ensconced in the northern part of the city.

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  15. July sales-and-use tax tops $14 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 21, 2015 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    July city sales-and-use tax figures were released this week, reporting revenues of just short of $14.1 million. That's an increase of 2.45 percent for... July city sales-and-use tax figures were released this week, reporting revenues of just short of $14.1 million.

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  16. Police only part of downtown solutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    The young man tells Colorado Springs Police Officer James Allen that he's been staying out of trouble. He smiles, his baseball cap pulled low... The young man tells Colorado Springs Police Officer James Allen that he's been staying out of trouble.

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  17. Arts analysis: Downtown scene gathers energyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Is downtown the center of the regional arts community, the place where galleries, artists' lofts, museum exhibitions and art lovers interact? That's been... Is downtown the center of the regional arts community, the place where galleries, artists' lofts, museum exhibitions and art lovers interact? That's been a goal of downtown advocates, artists, downtown property owners and local elected officials for at least 25 years. To further that goal, the arts community unites once a month for a "First Friday" event that includes openings and sponsored events, along with performances by local musicians, most recently last Friday.

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  18. Springs best for first-time homebuyersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 17 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Colorado Springs is the top city in the nation for first-time homebuyers, according to WalletHub, an online source for people seeking financial information. WalletHub... Colorado Springs is the top city in the nation for first-time homebuyers, according to WalletHub, an online source for people seeking financial information.

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  19. Sanders to buy Antlers hotelRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 14 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Perry Sanders, owner of the Mining Exchange, is purchasing a second downtown hotel, the Antlers Hilton hotel on Cascade Ave. Sanders, who is buying the... Perry Sanders, owner of the Mining Exchange, is purchasing a second downtown hotel, the Antlers Hilton hotel on Cascade Ave. "I can tell you that this is a serious deal - some of the biggest national names in the business were bidding, there were multiple rounds of bidding, and these little guys from Colorado Springs came out on top," he said. Sanders purchased the old Mining Exchange building and spent several years renovating it to turn it into a luxury hotel at the corner of Pikes Peak and Nevada Ave. He also owns Springs Orleans, a downtown eatery that reflects his New Orleans roots.

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  20. Downtown commercial space a tightening upaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 14 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Simon Penner of CameronButcher Commercial Real Estate brokered a number of leases recently for downtown commercial properties. He represented both the lessee and the... Simon Penner of CameronButcher Commercial Real Estate brokered a number of leases recently for downtown commercial properties.

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