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View of the future: Planners envision new look for east Manitou

View of the future: Planners envision new look for east Manitou

What could eastern Manitou Springs look like if it were redeveloped, perhaps even continuing into the unincorporated area known as No Man’s Land? That’s what Manitou city leaders are asking residents, with early plans to be shared at an open house Thursday, Feb. 20, at Manitou’s City Hall. The idea behind the gathering is to… Continue Reading View of the future: Planners envision new look for east Manitou

Morrison heads iManitou marketing

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As the former Colorado Insurance Commissioner and mayor of Manitou Springs, Marcy Morrison is no stranger to tough jobs, and her current position is no exception. She is the CEO of iManitou, a multifaceted organization that combines the chamber of commerce, visitors bureau and economic development office for the City of Manitou Springs, a tourist… Continue Reading Morrison heads iManitou marketing

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Manitou chamber reorganizes, Miller out

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The Manitou Springs Chamber of Commerce is reorganizing its staff and has laid off COO Roger Miller, effective immediately. Miller’s ouster was announced Friday afternoon by the iManitou board of directors. The down economy, which was further impacted by the Waldo Canyon fire, has left the board struggling financially. Former Manitou Springs Mayor Marcy Morrison… Continue Reading Manitou chamber reorganizes, Miller out

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Marcy Morrison, commissioner of the Division of Insurance, will retire at the end of November. Gov.-elect John Hickenlooper will appoint her replacement as part of his transition plans for 2011. But Morrison doesn’t plan to wait. “Typically, December and January are a slow time of year,” she said. “And insurance companies are going to want… Continue Reading Morrison retiring from insurance division

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Reform not to blame for insurance premium hikes

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Health premiums continue to rise, but the Divison of Insurance says reform measures have very little to do with those increases. Marcy Morrison, commissioner of insurance, said she decided to set the record straight to address rumors that premium increases were due to federal health care reform legislation. “It’s a hot issue for many people,… Continue Reading Reform not to blame for insurance premium hikes

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Morrison: Keeping a close eye on insurers

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Remember Granny, the character in the “Sylvester and Tweety” Looney Tunes cartoons? Continue Reading Morrison: Keeping a close eye on insurers

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DOI issues emergency regulation for child policy

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The Colorado Division of Insurance enacted emergency regulation today to keep child-only individual insurance policies in effect. The new regulation requires insurance carriers that offer the child-only policies to provide two open enrollment periods, a move designed to keep carriers in the market, as well as ease fears that parents will enroll children only after… Continue Reading DOI issues emergency regulation for child policy

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IDS Insurance fined $71,000

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IDS Property Casualty Insurance Co. has been fined $71,100 by the Colorado Division of Insurance for practices that violate state law. The division discovered that the company, better known as Ameriprise Auto and Home Insurance Co.) was engaging in a practice known as, “steering,” or illegally pushing business to certain repair shops using rebates or… Continue Reading IDS Insurance fined $71,000

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Coloradoans who used American Underwriters Insurance will receive more than $875,000 in refunds from the Kansas-based  insurance company. The Colorado Division of Insurance found that company used inaccurate rates and overcharged Colorado clients. The inaccuracies were discovered during a yearlong review of every insurance company offering credit insurance products in Colorado, an effort to ensure… Continue Reading Kansas insurance company overcharged Colorado customers

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Fewer small employers provided health benefits to their employees in 2009, according to a report released by the Colorado Division of Insurance.. “Small employers play a key role in Colorado’s overall insurance market and this year’s report digs deeper into the data,” said Insurance Commissioner Marcy Morrison. “With health premiums continuing to rise for many… Continue Reading Fewer small businesses offer health insurance

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