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It’s OK to be frustrated if you have solutions

So, one of the city’s most honorable people asked recently, what five things bother you the most about Colorado Springs right now? But you can’t just be negative, my friend said. You have to say what you’d do differently. This acquaintance did not want to be identified, even as male or female. That’s OK, because… Continue Reading It’s OK to be frustrated if you have solutions

You never know where a simple conversation might lead, how it might change your thinking, even inspire you. So it was last weekend at an annual fundraiser roast for Cheyenne Village, the nonprofit provider of housing and other services for adults with developmental disabilities. (Disclosure: I’m a board member and past president.) Bernard Sandoval and… Continue Reading Walking the Olympic walk goes beyond C4C

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Time to promote sportsplex, USOC

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As soon as word came that Colorado Springs was revising its City for Champions proposal to the state Economic Development Commission, many assumed that public opinion had made a difference. Then we learned about the most significant change — converting the baseball-oriented downtown stadium into a truly multi-purpose, 10,000-seat facility shaped more for soccer and… Continue Reading Time to promote sportsplex, USOC

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