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Bach vetoes city ordinances on licensing fees

Colorado Springs Mayor Steve Bach vetoed ordinances the city council approved earlier this week. The ordinances would have ended most business licensing fees within the city. “I would very much like to support reducing or eliminating business licensing fees as well as City business personal property taxes,” said Mayor Bach. “Our goal is to be the… Continue Reading Bach vetoes city ordinances on licensing fees

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Penrose opens new joint and spine center

Penrose-St. Francis opened its new Total Joint and Spine Center at St. Francis Medical Center Tuesday. The new patient care area is located on the sixth floor of St. Francis Medical Center at 6001 E. Woodmen Rd. The Total Joint and Spine Center features 33 private rooms. It has service for hip, knee, shoulder replacement and… Continue Reading Penrose opens new joint and spine center

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Quantum brokers building sales

The 104,439-square-foot building at 5575 Tech Center Drive sold recently for $5.9 million, according to Quantum Commercial Group. The listing agents were Frank Tuck and Randy Dowis of NAI Highland and CIII, while the cooperating broker was Michael Palmer of Quantum. Quantum also reported the sale of 550 State Highway 105 in Monument for $1.45… Continue Reading Quantum brokers building sales

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All Colorado Corinthian schools for sale

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All Colorado Corinthian schools for sale

In a deal with the U.S. Department of Education, Corinthian College Inc. agreed Thursday to draw down the remainder of its operations, including the sale of all of its Colorado schools. The agreement stipulates that the Santa Ana-based owner will sell 85 of its for-profit schools and close 12 others within the next six months. Among the schools… Continue Reading All Colorado Corinthian schools for sale

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Kaiser announces second medical office in Springs

Kaiser Permanente Colorado, the state’s largest nonprofit health plan, announced Monday that its second Colorado Springs medical office will be at 215 Parkside Drive. The Parkside Medical Offices will provide access to primary care, laboratory, pharmacy and routine medical imaging services under one roof. The Parkside Medical Offices will open to Kaiser Permanente members in… Continue Reading Kaiser announces second medical office in Springs

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4th Infantry Division relinquishes control

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4th Infantry Division relinquishes control

Fort Carson’s 4th Infantry Division, Combined Joint Task Force 4 relinquished command authority of Regional Command-South (RC-South) Monday in Afghanistan, according to a story on the Defense Video and Imagery Distribution System website. America’s First Team took charge of RC-South from the “Steadfast and Loyal” Ivy Division in a transfer of authority ceremony on Kandahar… Continue Reading 4th Infantry Division relinquishes control

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Power Lunch on July 24 to address regional issues

The Colorado Springs Business Journal’s Power Lunch on July 24 will feature mayors from across the Pikes Peak region discussing topics both relevant to each city and the overall community. The event, dubbed “State of the Cities: A Regional Approach,” will include a panel discussion in which the mayors of five nearby cities will discuss… Continue Reading Power Lunch on July 24 to address regional issues

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RBA: Brand your business

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RBA: Brand your business

The Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance encourages Colorado businesses to join the state in its certification and promotion efforts.   The RBA encourages businesses to apply online for the certification process that brands Colorado goods and services as being from the state.   “Colorado is known as dynamic, vibrant and innovative,” said a news release… Continue Reading RBA: Brand your business

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Businesses, unions partner to train vets

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Businesses, unions partner to train vets

A national program that unites contractors and labor unions to train and employ returning Colorado veterans in the construction industry will mark its Colorado graduation Wednesday with a ceremony in Colorado Springs featuring Gov. John Hickenlooper. The accelerated 18-week Veterans In Piping (VIP) program trained 15 veterans – at no cost – in welding, pipefitting… Continue Reading Businesses, unions partner to train vets

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New performance art venue to open downtown

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New performance art venue to open downtown

The owners of downtown Colorado Springs club The Mansion have announced the first scheduled performances at their new venue at 20 N. Tejon St. Sam and Kathy Guadagnoli, who created the private club for performance art on the second floor of the building, behind The Mansion, said that the first performances will begin next week.… Continue Reading New performance art venue to open downtown

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