Tag Archive | "Tim Leigh"

Tim Leigh breaks leg in bike crash

Friday, October 8, 2010

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Local cycling paths and running trails will be a little less crowded for the next few weeks,after a cycling accident late Thursday afternoon left real estate broker, ex-mayoral candidate and present city council candidate Tim Leigh with a  broken femur. The good news is his ego is still intact. Tim underwent an operation this morning, […]

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Tim Leigh quits race – who’s next?

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

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Tim Leigh’s six – month candidacy for mayor seemed to reaffirm much of what is best about Colorado Springs. Here was a guy who came to the Springs from Grand Forks a quarter of a century ago. He fell in love with the city, raised a family, built a successful business, made many friends and […]

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Munger to run for mayor

Monday, June 14, 2010

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So now there are three. Come Wednesday, according to the usual unreliable sources, Council of Neighborhood Organizations President Dave Munger will join Buddy Gilmore and Tim Leigh in the quest for the mayor’s gavel. Here’s his bio, taken from CONO’s web page. “Dave Munger is president of the Council of Neighbors and Organizations, having been […]

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Tim Leigh: vision trumps experience

Monday, May 24, 2010


Tim Leigh is mad, mad, mad at me!! Why? Because I suggested that Sallie Clark would be a better fit as a “strong mayor” come 2011. Here’s what Tim wrote in his defense. “I have been asked about my vision for Colorado Springs. It’s simple. My vision includes resetting Colorado Springs as “a world class […]

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Leigh gets rolled

Monday, February 15, 2010


In response to pressure from Mayor Lionel Rivera and councilmember Darryl Glenn, real estate broker/announced mayoral candidate Tim Leigh resigned from the Memorial Hospital Commission last Friday. Here’s the text of Leigh’s resignation letter to Council. “Dear Mr. Mayor and council members, I took 2 phone calls on Friday; one from Mayor Rivera and one […]

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