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El Paso County’s most expensive foreclosures

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The following are the 10 most expensive properties sold at the El Paso County Public Trustee’s foreclosure auction on Wednesday, Sept. 14. Continue Reading El Paso County’s most expensive foreclosures

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El Paso County Public Health is the latest county office to make the move to the Citizens’ Service Center at 1675 Garden of the Gods Road. The department follows the election department to the new service center, and will be closed Sept. 22 to make the move. “We are ready and excited for this move,… Continue Reading Public Health moves this week to Citizens Service Center

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Most expensive El Paso County foreclosures

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Following are the most expensive foreclosures in El Paso County for the week of Sept. 16. Continue Reading Most expensive El Paso County foreclosures

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Top 10 El Paso County foreclosures

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These are the top 10 foreclosures in El Paso County, according to the Trustee’s Office, for the week of Aug. 24. Continue Reading Top 10 El Paso County foreclosures

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Top 10 El Paso County foreclosures, Aug. 17

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These are the top 10 foreclosures, ranked by bid amount, sold at the El Paso County Public Trustee’s foreclosure auction on Aug. 17. Continue Reading Top 10 El Paso County foreclosures, Aug. 17

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El Paso sees strong apartment development

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Developers are pushing to build more apartment complexes in El Paso County, thanks to increased military presence and a lack of development in the past 10 years. El Paso County had 230 building permits for new multifamily housing through May of this year. That puts the county ahead of Larimer County’s 126 permits, but behind… Continue Reading El Paso sees strong apartment development

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Wages, employment up in Colorado counties

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Employment rose in all nine large counties in Colorado for the fourth quarter of 2010, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. El Paso County’s employment growth was an anemic .5 percent, far below the national average and lower than Arapahoe, Boulder and Denver Counties. It was ranked 173rd in the nation. The average… Continue Reading Wages, employment up in Colorado counties

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The Colorado Transportation Commission announced nearly $21 million will be spent on statewide and regional transit projects over the next three years. The funding, provided through the Funding Advancement for Surface Transportation and Economic Recovery, allows Colorado Springs to replace 34 vanpool vehicles, and maintain Front Range Express commuter buses. El Paso County was awarded… Continue Reading $21 million awarded for statewide transit projects

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El Paso County’s search for a general contractor to remodel office space in Building One at the Corporate Ridge office complex,  he former Intel facility, is over. GE Johnson Construction Co. has been selected to handle the project’s first phase. The $559,000 contract award was approved this week by the El Paso County Board of… Continue Reading GE Johnson awarded county’s Corporate Ridge contract

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A coalition of 15 marijuana dispensary owners and growers and companies associated with the medical industry have filed suit against the El Paso County Commissioners. Claiming that the medical marijuana ballot question placed by the commissioners on the November ballot violates Colorado law, the plaintiffs have asked the court to declare the question illegal on… Continue Reading Marijuana coalition sues over proposed El Paso County ban

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