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No Colorado Springs hospital earned an A in patient safety, according to the latest information from the Leapfrog Group, an independent, national nonprofit group of employer purchasers of health care. Penrose-St. Francis earned a B for both its campuses, and Memorial Hospital earned a C, according to the grades assigned – based on infections, injuries,… Continue Reading Springs hospitals miss A grade for patient safety

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Here’s a recent press release from the city touting its concrete cost-sharing program. Particularly interesting parts of the presser are italicized (although you may argue that no part of such a press release could conceivably be very interesting).  “The City of Colorado Springs, with funding from the Pikes Peak Rural Transportation Authority (PPRTA) and the… Continue Reading The city wants to fix your crumbling sidewalks – sort of

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The Colorado Springs City Council will hold a “retreat” this weekend at Glen Eyrie between 6-9 PM on Friday evening, May 10, and continuing from 8AM – 5PM on Saturday, May 11. No further details were available. No agenda was posted. The location was described only as “Glen Erie – Pink House” (talk about conspicuous… Continue Reading Council retreat this weekend at Glen Eyrie

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A Colorado Springs company received an $18 million contract from the U.S. Army. Aleut Facilities Support Services signed a five-year contract to provide facilities operation support services to the U.S. Army Installation, Mission and Installation Contracting Command for Fort Belvoir, Va. If all contract options are exercised, the contract will be worth $94 million. The… Continue Reading Springs company wins $18 million military contract

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Get the downtown lowdown on May 16

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The Downtown Partnership will host the first of what it says will be many update meetings Thursday morning from 8:15 to 9:30 a.m. on Thursday May 16 at the Tim Gill Center at 315 E. Costilla St. The Partnership, which is funded by the Downtown Business Improvement District and the Downtown Development Authority, aims to… Continue Reading Get the downtown lowdown on May 16

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CSBJ’s Best Of Business competition is back! Vote for the competition is now open. Readers can vote thier favorite businesses in 75 categories. Voting closes 5 p.m. May 31. Results will be announced during the Best Of Business reception, 4:30 -6:30 p.m. June 27 at the Ivywild School. Nearly all of the Best Of Business… Continue Reading ‘Best Of Business’ voting open

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Digital Edition – May 3, 2013

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Neumann Systems Group is attempting to bounce back from a year of bad publicity and political wrangling about the company’s contract with Colorado Springs Utilities. The Springs company has submitted a proposal for an $18.75 million grant to the Department of Energy and the National Energy Technology Laboratory for a carbon capture technology that will… Continue Reading Neumann has new proposal for carbon capture

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A California real estate investment company has purchased the largest apartment complex in downtown Colorado Springs. The 200-unit Palmer Park Apartments at 1304 San Miguel St. was built in 1949. California investment company LocalConstruct bought the property for an undisclosed amount, according to a release from Apartment Realty Advisors, which brokered the deal for the… Continue Reading California investment firm buys apartments near downtown

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‘Best Of Business’ competition returns

The Colorado Springs Business Journal is proud to announce the return of its Best Of Business competition in 2013. What is the best accounting firm in town? Which is the best bank? The best hospital? Restaurant? CSBJ readers are able to vote in 75 categories about what businesses they think should be crowned as the… Continue Reading ‘Best Of Business’ competition returns

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