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Richardson held in alleged felony theft

Bankrupt developer Jannie Richardson was jailed Oct. 3, accused of felony theft after persuading a man described as an “elderly, confused business associate” to write “checks on her behalf” totaling at least $970,000. He had previously invested $7 million with Richardson in other business ventures, none of which has been returned. Bond was set at… Continue Reading Richardson held in alleged felony theft

Quantum announces property transfers

Tech 6, the commercial property at 5575 Tech Center Drive in Colorado Springs, was sold recently for $5.93 million. The office has a size of 104,439 square feet. The listing agents were Frank Tuck and Randy Dowis of NAI Highland and CIII. The broker was Michael Palmer of the Quantum Commercial Group. Another property, this… Continue Reading Quantum announces property transfers

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Annual dinner champions conservation

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Annual dinner champions conservation

Registration for Palmer Land Trust’s fifth annual Southern Colorado Conservation Awards (SCCA) is open. Register online at palmerlandtrust.org. The event features a farm-to-table dinner and a film highlighting the work of this year’s winners. The event will take place Thursday, Oct. 16, at 5 p.m. at the Cheyenne Mountain Resort, 3225 Broadmoor Valley Road. Each… Continue Reading Annual dinner champions conservation

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Real estate flies in Falcon area

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Real estate flies in Falcon area

Transactions in northeastern El Paso County may occur at a slower pace than in Colorado Springs, but they’re catching up, say people familiar with real estate deals in Falcon. Many people who move to the Falcon area want the rural lifestyle, along with acreage for their boats, fifth wheels, ATVs, dogs, horses and other animals.… Continue Reading Real estate flies in Falcon area

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Residents: We’re unincorporated for a reason

Throughout the years, once-unincorporated areas in Colorado have chosen for different reasons to go legitimate and incorporate themselves — but some still have resisted. Among those communities that have chosen time and time again to remain under the jurisdiction of El Paso County are Falcon, just northeast of Colorado Springs, and Security-Widefield, between Colorado Springs… Continue Reading Residents: We’re unincorporated for a reason

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Security-Widefield tries to fill vacancies

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Security-Widefield tries to fill vacancies

Carole Jackson of Security Florist used to bring her older flowers to the adjacent Dad’s Kwik Inn Diner at the end of each week. There her colorful contributions would adorn the tables. “We used to get customers often because of them,” she said of the now-vacant building at 385 Main Street in Security. According to… Continue Reading Security-Widefield tries to fill vacancies

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Planting seeds for downtown’s future

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A crowd of more than 100 people stood together last Thursday afternoon on a dirt-covered lot beside South Nevada Avenue, celebrating both a moment and a dream finally beginning to come true. This was the groundbreaking ceremony for the Blue Dot apartment complex, a 33-unit project at 412 S. Nevada, between Costilla and Cimarron streets. Partner… Continue Reading Planting seeds for downtown’s future

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Meadow Muffins sold, may lose name

After three decades as one of Old Colorado City’s most familiar neighborhood bars, Meadow Muffins has been sold to new owners who plan to reconceive it and may not carry on under the same moniker. Todd Delahanty, who purchased Meadow Muffins at 2432 W. Colorado Ave. in 2004, finalized the sale of the bar/restaurant last… Continue Reading Meadow Muffins sold, may lose name

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State foreclosure activity spikes in August

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RealtyTrac, a leading online marketplace for real estate data, on Thursday released an August Foreclosure Market Report which shows 1,478 Colorado properties with a foreclosure filing, up 23 percent from July and up 57 percent from a year ago — the biggest annual increase in Colorado foreclosure activity since April 2007. Colorado Springs’ foreclosure rate jumped… Continue Reading State foreclosure activity spikes in August

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Blue Dot starts a new trend

“Why are we going ahead?” asked Darsey Nicklasson. “Because Colorado Springs needs this.” In a letter explaining their decision to go ahead with their long-planned, 33-unit Blue Dot apartment development on South Nevada Avenue, Nicklasson and partner Kathy Loo made their point in a single sentence. “We will continue to be a very active part… Continue Reading Blue Dot starts a new trend

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