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City Clerk Young retires

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Long-time City Clerk Kathryn Young is retiring as of July 28. Young has been a city employee since 1983. “I am very grateful for the opportunity to have served this extraordinary organization and its citizens for the past 28 years,” said Young. “While I look forward to enjoying my retirement, I will deeply miss the… Continue Reading City Clerk Young retires

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City responds to media policy criticism

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It is apparent by the recent opinion piece in the CSBJ, that the intentions behind having a media policy for the city are being misconstrued. Let me be clear that the policy does not, and never did, prohibit our employees from talking to the media. Being transparent and having an appropriate media policy in a… Continue Reading City responds to media policy criticism

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Mayor Steve Bach has said that enhancing the city’s business climate is a priority. What’s your advice about the best way to do this? We’d like to hear from you. Leave a comment below.

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Final mayoral debate tonight

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There are still tickets available for tonight’s mayoral debate between Richard Skorman and Steve Bach. The two men face off at 5 p.m. tonight at the Pikes Peak Center. Tickets are $10, and can be purchased at www.mayordebate.mmecos.org. With days remaining until the election May 17, this is one of the final appearances for the two men.… Continue Reading Final mayoral debate tonight

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Bach launches mayoral campaign

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Before an enthusiastic crowd of about 150 supporters, Steve Bach launched his mayoral campaign Wednesday by laying out an action plan that was short on detail but, among other items, promised to make big changes in city government. Bach called for “transforming city government so it works for everyone – and without tax increases,” for… Continue Reading Bach launches mayoral campaign

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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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Colorado Springs will choose a new mayor next spring, a fresh face to lead the city at a time when budgets are uncertain and the future even less sure. So who will it be? The Business Journal has identified a handful of likely and perhaps not so likely potential candidates for the job, identified their… Continue Reading Many eyes are on the Springs’ mayor’s job

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