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Neumann resigns as chief of staff, Cox returns to prior role

Neumann resigns as chief of staff, Cox returns to prior role

Chief of Staff/Chief Administrative Officer Laura Neumann has resigned her position with the City of Colorado Springs, effective March 1. She will be replaced by her predecessor Steve Cox. Cox retired in 2012 after serving as Fire Chief, interim city manager, Chief of Staff and Chief of Economic Vitality. He originally began his career with… Continue Reading Neumann resigns as chief of staff, Cox returns to prior role

Cox plans July 31 retirement

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Longtime city administrator Steve Cox will retire at the end of the month. A press release from the city said that Cox only planned to stay for a year when he took the chief of economic vitality position last year, a new department created by Mayor Steve Bach. “He asked me to reconsider my decision,… Continue Reading Cox plans July 31 retirement

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More than 100 people showed up to Mayor Steve Bach’s town hall meeting at the Penrose Library Wednesday to talk about how to revitalize downtown. Ideas included creating an Olympics museum, building a Sky Sox stadium, adding high-speed rail, offering more housing options and improving access from Interstate 25. Bach used the opportunity to reiterate… Continue Reading Town hall meeting attendees dream big for downtown

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Economic vitality chief facing an uphill battle

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Steve Cox, the city’s new economic vitality manager, has a long to-do list. He isn’t daunted by the size of the task or by his lack of business experience. A public servant of sorts for most of his career, Cox has served as fire department chief, interim city manager and deputy city manager. The economic… Continue Reading Economic vitality chief facing an uphill battle

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Colorado Springs Mayor Steve Bach has named interim city manager and fire department chief Steve Cox as his chief of staff. Cox, a Colorado Springs native,  was appointed acting assistant city manager in 2008 after former city manager Penny Culbreth-Graft resigned. He was sworn-in as Colorado Springs fire chief in October 2008. Bach said during a press… Continue Reading Bach names Cox as chief of staff

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