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Mountain Board Sports moves

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The last year has been as wild for Mountain Board Sports as a ride down Gold Camp Road on one of the high performance, all-terrain boards the company designs and manufactures. For the third time since March of 1996, MBS has expanded into a larger facility. On Feb. 1, MBS went from 3,000 square feet… Continue Reading Mountain Board Sports moves

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Reservation Center to base in Springs

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Colorado Reservation Services will become the western call center for Visitor Services Inc., a St. Petersburg, Fla.-based destination services company. VSI has been in an acquisition mode for the past month, buying a company in Connecticut, where another call center is being set up; CRS in Colorado Springs, and negotiating a purchase in Vancouver. Officials… Continue Reading Reservation Center to base in Springs

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Northeast subdivisions planned

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Three new residential subdivisions are under development in an area northeast of Colorado Springs. A 384-acre parcel of land has recently been sold to Windridge Development and will be divided into five-acre parcels for residential building. The purchase price of the land was $630,000. The land is located on Hodgen and Steppler Roads, which is… Continue Reading Northeast subdivisions planned

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Amerigas Opens Store In Colorado Springs

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The nation’s largest propane dealer opened a store in Colorado Springs recently. Amerigas has put down roots in the 2,160 square foot industrial building at 2412 S. Hancock Expressway. But the roots will not be permanent. Market development manager David Fuson said this location is temporary while Amerigas looks for a permanent location to build… Continue Reading Amerigas Opens Store In Colorado Springs

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Storage comes to northwest side

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People moving into new apartments in the Mountain Shadows area will soon have a place to store their extra stuff. Flynn Properties LLC has plans for a 724-unit self-storage facility on the 6.8 acres it recently purchased on 30th Street for $718,000. Teresa Flynn and her husband Paul plan for their storage facility to feature… Continue Reading Storage comes to northwest side

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NYSE to drop Westmoreland stock

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Westmoreland Coal Company officially lost its standing on the New York Stock Exchange earlier this week. Coal Company officials said they will consider other markets on which to trade. “We had hoped the exchange would have delayed their decision until the reorganization plan was filed,” said Diane Jones, a spokeswoman for Westmoreland. “We were disappointed… Continue Reading NYSE to drop Westmoreland stock

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Johnstone Supply set to relocate

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Johnstone Supply, a national cooperative with 217 independently owned stores in 44 states, is in the process of building a new location for its Colorado Springs outlet. Johnstone Supply is a wholesale heating, air-conditioning, and refrigeration company. The new building, covering 43,000 square feet, will feature both an office and showroom. The new building will… Continue Reading Johnstone Supply set to relocate

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WestPac receives $20 million cash infusion

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<H3><I>Gaylord, Hunt, and Peiser invest in Springs-based airline</I></SUBHEAD><B>By KAREN SUCHARSKI</B> <FONT SIZE=-1><I>Staff Reporter</I></FONT> Last week, the Gaylord and the Hunt families expressed their continued faith in the new direction Western Pacific Airlines is flying with a cash infusion of $20 million. The funds include a $2.5 million loan each family made in December to help… Continue Reading WestPac receives $20 million cash infusion

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Kiowa parking set to expand

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A parking garage addition, which will be added to existing space at 127 E. Kiowa St., will house approximately 220 new spaces to ease the parking problems that have surfaced in downtown Colorado Springs during the past several years. The total cost of the parking lot renovations will be approximately $2.4 million. The addition is… Continue Reading Kiowa parking set to expand

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US Filter waters down growth to maintain quality

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After doubling revenues in each of the past two years to more than $50 million, the local manufacturing division of US Filter Corp. plans to slow down. Company officials have set a goal to reach revenues of $80 million to $100 million by the year 2000. “It has been a mind-boggling year for the Colorado… Continue Reading US Filter waters down growth to maintain quality

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