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April 24 --The city of Colorado Springs was 90 percent smaller in 1950 than it is today. How the city will continue to evolve, though, was the question for about 70 citizens who showed up Thursday for an infill and redevelopment workshop gauging public opinion. Comment?
Homeless services in Colorado Springs expanded on two fronts Monday - including dozens more housing opportunities for veterans and the creation of a temporary day center. Thirty vouchers to house homeless veterans were awarded to El Paso County , offering a key means to help the city effectively end veteran homelessness by the end of the year, said Rick Garcia , the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's regional administrator. Comment?
April 02 -- DENVER -- It's a "no-brainer" to pass a law this session that protects fire mitigation efforts in El Paso County from the threat of water rights enforcement, said Sen. Jerry Sonnenberg , R- Sterling . But his bill is facing an uphill battle. Comment?
Nov. 20 -- ROCKY FORD -- Colorado Springs City Councilman Merv Bennett threw himself on the mercy of the Lower Arkansas water board Wednesday asking for more time for the city to develop a permanent stormwater funding plan. Colorado Springs has had plenty of time, said Melissa Esquibel , a board member of the Lower Arkansas Valley Water Conservancy District . Comment?
Nov. 05 --A failed stormwater proposal could trigger legal action from Pueblo County and is expected to become a campaign issue in the race for Colorado Springs mayor. Voters rejected a proposal Tuesday to create a regional stormwater authority that would have collected annual fees from all property owners to pay for flood control projects in Colorado Springs , Manitou Springs , Green Mountain Falls , Fountain and parts of El Paso County . Comment?
Oct. 30 -- U.S. Olympic Museum organizers announced Monday that five firms with local, national and international experience will design and build the $60 million project in downtown Colorado Springs . The team's creativity, ability to work together and to stay within budget will be crucial to the museum's success and the enhancement of the southwest downtown area where it will be built, said Dick Celeste , president of the nonprofit museum's board and former Colorado College president. Comment?
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