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PILT: Phased out?

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Council has yet to consider codification Voters may have believed that by approving Issue 300 they had put an end to payment in lieu of taxes, or PILT, from utilities to the city’s general fund, but that might not be the case. A draft codifying Issue 300, deferred from the City Council’s regular meeting this week… Continue Reading PILT: Phased out?

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Few of us are able to avoid conflicts of interest. At some time during our lives, whether as private individuals or in business, we’ll be faced with potentially conflictual situations. Many such conflicts are easily resolved, while others may involve difficult ethical or moral dilemmas. Suppose you put your house on the market and fail… Continue Reading Council’s oversight of CSU a delicate balancing act

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The average age of Colorado Springs’ reservoirs and dams is 83 years old; its raw water pipe system, treatment plants and collection mains are in their 30s; and hydrants and water distribution mains are in their 20s. Because the city is not located on a major river, water infrastructure is a major issue for Colorado… Continue Reading Forget baby boomers, aging infrastructure real crisis

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CSU maintains bond rating

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Standard & Poor’s, Fitch and Moody’s ratings services have affirmed the AA, or equivalent, long-term rating to Colorado Springs Utilities’ bonds. The AA rating makes CSU one of the highest-rated utilities in the nation. Judith Waite, primary credit analyst with Standard & Poor’s, describes CSU’s strong financial management, competitive rates in each of its four systems and a… Continue Reading CSU maintains bond rating

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  Colorado Springs Utilities has been ranked third in west in J.D. Power and Associates’ Electric Utility Residential Customer Satisfaction Study. CSU competed for the ranking in the midsize utility segment, organizations that serve between 125,000 and 499,999 customers. The municipal utility also received the 10th highest score in the nation, regardless of utility size.… Continue Reading J.D. Power ranks Springs Utilities 3rd for customer satisfaction

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