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When no one is looking, something could be cooking. During meetings of governmental bodies, board members can announce an executive session, closing the door to the public and the media on issues pertaining to personnel, legal or a host of other somewhat vague matters. But many citizens are concerned that closing the door can open… Continue Reading Bill requires records of exec. sessions be kept

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City Council passed a resolution Tuesday allowing Colorado Springs Utilities to authorize certain tariff changes to modify its time-of-use services, in which businesses can choose to re-allocate energy usage and save money. Three options are geared toward reducing the cost of electricity for commercial and industrial users, said Dennis Senger, pricing manager for Colorado Springs… Continue Reading New resolution allows utility pricing changes

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Is energy deregulation right for Colorado?

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Millions of years ago, dinosaurs walked the earth. They didn’t have to worry about heat when it was cold outside or lighting a gas stove to cook food. Little did Tyrannosaurus Rex realize that his remains, also known as fossil fuel, would provide man with needed energy to survive many epochs later. Energy exists as… Continue Reading Is energy deregulation right for Colorado?

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While the Legislature wrestles over how to handle the state’s growth issues, local developers and city planning officials said they will root for the proposal allowing the most flexibility and local control to come out on top. The city of Colorado Springs has yet to take an official position supporting any of the proposed bills… Continue Reading Colorado Springs officials push for flexible legislation to handle state growth

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