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El Paso County appears ready to ride to the rescue of the Pioneers Museum, but the City of Colorado Springs views the offer as “pie in the sky.” Continue Reading City blows off proposal to save Pioneers Museum

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POC, fire station transfer complete

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El Paso County property transaction records show the transfer of the Police Operations Center and Fire Station 8 from the City of Colorado Springs to the City of Colorado Springs Public Facilities Authority. Continue Reading POC, fire station transfer complete

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The city is touting its success in selling $32.48 million in certificates of participation that will fund the U.S. Olympic Committee deal, which it claims is a price considerably below original estimates. But as with any complex financial deal, the devil is in the details — and the deal might not be as sweet as the city is spinning. “The… Continue Reading USOC deal financing might not be as good as touted

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Financial advisers: Beef up your bio with pro bono

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The City of Colorado Springs needs a volunteer for the City Investment Advisory Committee. The committee advises City staff and makes recommendations to City Council regarding investment policies and procedures. Applicants must have a background in finance and investment and be able to attend meetings, which are held at least twice yearly, to review portfolio… Continue Reading Financial advisers: Beef up your bio with pro bono

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Attorney Lindsay Fischer filed a 25 page response yesterday in his lawsuit against the City of Colorado Springs, which alleges that the city’s plan to mortgage the Police Operations Center and Fire Station 8 and use the proceeds to pay for the proposed retention package for the U.S. Olympic Committee is illegal. Fischer filed the… Continue Reading Fischer files response in USOC case; judge may rule tomorrow

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The author of the economic impact analysis describes the study as ‘the ultimate downside risk analysis.’
Continue Reading City can’t find data used to justify USOC deal

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Attorney Lindsay Fischer, who has publicly expressed doubts about the legality of the city’s plan to fund the economic development agreement with the U.S. Olympic Committee, says the city is making last-minute changes to the deal’s funding structure.

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To ensure a more sustainable funding structure, the City of Colorado Springs should consider implementing new taxes and fees, extending or increasing existing taxes and fees, reducing existing tax exemptions, and augment or modify the way it provides services. Continue Reading SFC recommends higher taxes, fees

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Judge tosses Bruce complaint

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Administrative Law Judge Robert Spencer dismissed a complaint Douglas Bruce filed against the city of Colorado Springs in which he alleged that the city attempted to influence the April municipal election by sending “quick facts” about the city’s budget through the Neighborhood Watch e-mail system. Bruce represented himself in the five-hour April 9 hearing, while senior… Continue Reading Judge tosses Bruce complaint

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