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Stellar Restaurant Solutions announced today that it will keep its corporate headquarters in Colorado Springs and could grow its call center business locally to 500 employees, double what it has today. Steve Bigari, Stellar CEO, said he was looking at moving his growing business out of Colorado Springs, where it was born in 2002, to… Continue Reading Stellar Restaurant Solutions opts to grow in Springs

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Bach weighs in on Memorial negotiations

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Mayor Steve Bach sent the Colorado Springs City Council a letter this week, outlining his vision for the way the negotiations to lease Memorial Health System should proceed. Bach, first of all, wants to be more involved. He also wants to use outside legal counsel to help City Attorney Chris Melcher during the negotiations. The… Continue Reading Bach weighs in on Memorial negotiations

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The Colorado Springs City Council handed Mayor Steve Bach a rare defeat during yesterday’s formal council meeting when it voted down Bach’s request to deny stepped salary increases worth $749,000 for city employees. Continue Reading Bach loses mayor/council showdown

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Mayor’s office launches bachsoffice.com

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Mayor Steve Bach is taking his message directly to the people – through a website called bachsoffice.com. Sharply styled and looking much like a campaign site, bachsoffice.com will be updated frequently and include messages from Bach, news releases, event calendars and photos. People will also be able to get involved in some of Bach’s pet projects… Continue Reading Mayor’s office launches bachsoffice.com

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Mayor Steve Bach and the three members of the Regional Leadership Forum weren’t officially appointed to the Memorial Task Force, and can meet privately to discuss the hospital’s future and the request for proposals to lease the hospital. That’s the decision from this morning’s task force meeting. Acting only as ex-officio members allows the four… Continue Reading Bach dodges open meetings act

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Mayor joins Memorial task force

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Mayor Steve Bach will take part in ongoing discussions about the future of Memorial Health System. The mayor’s office, which under the new strong mayor regulations in the city charter, has no statutory authority over the municipal hospital, chose to participate after city council voted to allow the mayor and the Regional Leadership Forum to… Continue Reading Mayor joins Memorial task force

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In the wake of criticism over suggested ballot initiatives, City Attorney Pat Kelly has announced her decision to retire on Sept. 30. The decision comes after Kelly sent Mayor Steve Bach several suggestions for November ballot initiatives, including one that would allow City Council to appoint the city attorney, instead of the mayor. The initiatives,… Continue Reading City attorney retiring after 25 years

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Donna Nelson, operations manager for Security Service Federal Credit Union, will be the city’s economic vitality specialist. “Donna is an ideal person for this job,” said Mayor Steve Bach in a press release. “Her skills range from marketing to mergers to acquisitions to re-engineering operations. Her military service and a business track record that most… Continue Reading Nelson to be city’s first economic vitality specialist

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Aubrey named communications director

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Cindy Aubrey, news director at KOAA-TV, will be the first chief communications officer under the new strong mayor form of government, said Mayor Steve Bach. “Cindy brings an incredible skill set to this position. The communications function is critical to presenting the right image to effectively tell our great story, recruit businesses, and showcase our… Continue Reading Aubrey named communications director

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Colorado Springs’ sales tax revenue  is higher than it was at this time last year and is on track to come in over budget by year’s end. The city’s 2011 mid-year financial report shows sales and use tax revenue – the city’s main source of income – is at $36.5 million as of June 1.… Continue Reading Sales tax revenue up, but mayor, council not hiring yet

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