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Local ballot issues to consider

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Just a week or so from now, mail ballots will go out to voters across El Paso County for the Nov. 4 election, which means thousands of area residents will be making their decisions and quickly casting their votes. As we’ve indicated since taking over ownership of the Colorado Springs Business Journal in June 2012,… Continue Reading Local ballot issues to consider

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Tributes to former co-worker at CSBJ

Rob Larimer, former managing editor and reporter at the Colorado Springs Business Journal, died Sept. 24 in a single-car accident in Old Colorado City when his vehicle veered off West Colorado Avenue and struck a tree. Larimer, 40, was a native of Denver who moved to Colorado Springs in 2002. He spent time at The… Continue Reading Tributes to former co-worker at CSBJ

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Summit House – worth the wait

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Starting on this issue’s front page, senior writer John Hazlehurst reports that the idea of a dynamic new Summit House atop Pikes Peak has progressed from a dusty concept to the brink of reality, with a request for proposals going out for design in a matter of weeks. When you look at renderings, not just… Continue Reading Summit House – worth the wait

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Airport loses again; no more D.C.

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Next weekend, on Sept. 20 to be exact, Colorado Springs will endure another bad-news story about airline service as United shuts down its nonstop flights between here and Washington’s Dulles International Airport. At least this news is no surprise. United made the announcement in mid-May, saying the flights (one each way, on smaller regional jets)… Continue Reading Airport loses again; no more D.C.

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Mayor Bach: Let us know

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This week brought consecutive days of major local headlines. Monday, the news came from County Commissioner Amy Lathen, announcing her candidacy for mayor of Colorado Springs in the April 2015 municipal election. Tuesday, Colorado Attorney General John Suthers joined the battle, saying he will commence his campaign after his state office term ends in January.… Continue Reading Mayor Bach: Let us know

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The year’s most overblown story

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One month ago, the most controversial new business of 2014 in El Paso County opened its doors to overflow crowds. Naysayers had insisted the business would cause a major disruption to the area and perhaps even affect the future of our military presence in the Pikes Peak region. We’re talking about Maggie’s Farm, already established… Continue Reading The year’s most overblown story

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LART makes us look less friendly

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As you already might have seen in this issue, Business Journal columnist John Hazlehurst takes the Colorado Springs city government to task for its treatment of nonprofit events seeking Lodgers and Automobile Renters Tax funding. As a direct result of City Council forcing event organizers to provide justification proving economic impact, and making that a… Continue Reading LART makes us look less friendly

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City can learn online lesson

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Every year, several dozen people from Colorado Springs take what’s well known as the Regional Leaders Trip, visiting cities to see what they have that we might replicate. Those trips have gone to Austin, Texas; Charlotte, N.C.; Oklahoma City; Portland, Ore.; Omaha, Neb., and Salt Lake City. From each, the contingent returned with ideas that… Continue Reading City can learn online lesson

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Beware of Pueblo’s rising ire

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As our elected leaders continue finding new ways to avoid cooperating on important issues, there’s a growing sense that perhaps doing nothing beats making a serious mistake. So, once again, we’re hearing rumbles that the stormwater fee for El Paso County property owners might not make it onto the November ballot, after all. Never mind… Continue Reading Beware of Pueblo’s rising ire

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Regional leaders bring their ideas

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When the subject has been economic development in the Business Journal, usually the focal point of the conversation has been the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance, and understandably so. But sometimes it helps to hear other opinions, especially when they’re coming from others in our midst who also have an ownership stake in the regional… Continue Reading Regional leaders bring their ideas

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