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Colarelli sees golf course as urban renewal oasis

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Vince Colarelli is the president and CEO of Colarelli Construction. He recently submitted an ambitious plan to the Urban Renewal Authority that would transform a 105-acre former golf course and vineyard into a $1 billion data center business park. The best part: if the project is approved, the data centers would receive electricity from an… Continue Reading Colarelli sees golf course as urban renewal oasis

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Allen Paty has been GM of the Antlers Hotel in Colorado Springs since 2008. He serves on the boards of the Downtown Partnership, the Colorado Hotel and Lodging Association, the Pikes Peak Lodging Association, and the Convention and Visitors Bureau. He was on the CVB search team that hired Doug Price, the incoming CEO. What… Continue Reading Antler’s Paty: On the front lines of Springs’ hospitality

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Amanda Mountain is the new general manager and station director of KTSC-TV, southern Colorado’s public television outlet. Headquartered in Pueblo, the station has long had a low profile in Colorado Springs. Mountain, 34, graduated summa cum laude from the University of Colorado with a degree in media management. She most recently was director of Gazette… Continue Reading Mountain makes a move to public television top spot

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Michael Gulino spent his career in the defense industry and now is overseeing major government contracts as president and general manager of ITT Systems Continue Reading ITT’s Gulino overseeing nation-building, defense work

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New Colorado Springs Regional Economic Development Corp. Chairman Doug Quimby doesn’t underestimate the challenges of his new job. Quimby, who also serves as president of Esqueterra Development and heads development of the Cordera housing community, said the economy is making it tough on local economic development efforts. One of his biggest goals, he said, is… Continue Reading Quimby seeks to build support base as EDC chairman

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Shawna Kemppainen has been executive director of Inside/Out Youth Services since August. She brings eight years of experience at local nonprofits, in grant-writing, fundraising, advocacy and development. Inside/Out’s mission is to educate, empower and advocate for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, inter-sexed and questioning youth. Is the LGBT community growing in the Springs? The number of… Continue Reading Kemppainen in top role at Inside/Out Youth Services

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Minnesota native Jon Severson came to Colorado Springs in 2002. Like many single, young professionals, he wanted to meet people. But rather than join existing networking groups, he founded one, Colorado Springs Young Professionals. Since 2003, CSYP has grown from a few dozen casual acquaintances who met once a month at a variety of downtown… Continue Reading Severson: ‘We fail to recognize biases of our town’

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Smith making sure Doss Aviation stays airborne

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As president of Doss Aviation, Ken Smith first got involved with the company in 2006 when a proposal he spearheaded as a consultant to Doss Aviation founder Frank Hunter resulted in the award of a $182 million, 10-year U.S. Air Force contract for flight screening services based in Pueblo. A year later, Hunter retired and Smith was named to head the company. Continue Reading Smith making sure Doss Aviation stays airborne

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John Fredell is Southern Delivery System project director for Colorado Springs Utilities. The Southern Delivery System, which will bring water to city from Pueblo Reservoir is the city’s first major water project since Homestake I, which brought water from Western Slope over the mountains in the  1970s. Fredell’s negotiating skills were tested recently when the… Continue Reading Fredell overseeing SDS operations for Springs Utilities

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Commercial broker and community volunteer Steve Bach got his start in Colorado Springs and would like to see others have the same chance. His Bach Commercial Real Estate Partners portfolio includes some of the area’s largest transactions. Just last month, Bach’s company handled the sale of the former 185,000-square-foot Macy’s building for $3 million. As… Continue Reading Bach: Colorado Springs needs to re-invent its image

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