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Changing times: National firm enters market; Sierra Commercial ends 11-year run

Changing times: National firm enters market; Sierra Commercial ends 11-year run

Colorado Springs-based Sierra Commercial Real Estate closed its doors this week after more than a decade serving the Pikes Peak region. Owner and President Dave Delich made the call after losing several of his brokers to nationally affiliated firms, but Delich said that parent company Sierra Properties will remain in business. “The brokerage was just… Continue Reading Changing times: National firm enters market; Sierra Commercial ends 11-year run

Little Rock shows different infill can work

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You have no reason to know Anita Davis, and that’s fine. She lives nearly 1,000 miles away in Little Rock, Ark., and, full disclosure, she happens to be my cousin. She also has set an example in Little Rock for other cities, and visionary developers, to follow. Including here in Colorado Springs. I just saw… Continue Reading Little Rock shows different infill can work

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We normally take a serious approach in this space, so keep that in mind. What follows might seem like humor to some, but the message is sincere. Nearly two years have passed since the Greater Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce merged with the Colorado Springs Regional Economic Development Corp. to form the Colorado Springs Regional… Continue Reading Let’s hear Chamber ideas

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Neumann Systems Group lays off ‘about’ 11, blames mayor

Neumann Systems Group has laid off its vice president of marketing, along with “about 10″ other people, said Dave Neumann, founder and board president of the technology company. And he says it’s all Mayor Steve Bach’s fault, because his staff and one City Council member have created a toxic environment for business. The e-mail and… Continue Reading Neumann Systems Group lays off ‘about’ 11, blames mayor

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The city’s ethics commission has decided to narrow its investigation of City Councilor Tim Leigh to three allegations related to actions he took regarding Neumann Systems Group. The commission, at the same time, said it could not investigate several other allegations — including those that said Leigh had made negative public statements, had interacted with… Continue Reading Ethics Commission narrows scope of Leigh investigation

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E-mails from City Councilor Tim Leigh about Colorado Springs Utilities have drawn a response from Utilities CEO Jerry Forte – but that response might have fallen on deaf ears. Leigh routinely regularly sends out his “Market Report” e-mails to a selective distribution list.  The Market Report was initiated when Leigh worked as a commercial broker,… Continue Reading Forte responds to Leigh’s e-mails about CSU, Drake

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Despite the calls for dissolving the Memorial Health System board and the outrage about CEO Larry McEvoy’s $1.15 million severance package. experts say it is not out of line with industry standards. Continue Reading McEvoy’s $1.15 million severance below industry average

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Leigh, Memorial exchange barbs

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City Councilman Tim Leigh sent an e-mail today calling for the ouster of Memorial Health System leadership and listed a number of things he says show management incompetence. Memorial board chairman Jim Moore responded by calling Leigh’s points “anonymous rumors and innuendo” but chose not to refute the accusations and instead the hospital would take… Continue Reading Leigh, Memorial exchange barbs

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City Councilman Tim Leigh has a lot of ideas. Some are wild — like getting Colorado Springs Utilities to build kayaking rapids in Fountain Creek. Some are big — like building a downtown, Olympic-themed sports arena. And some are just plain unconventional — like using money from the lease for Memorial hospital’s assets to pay… Continue Reading Tim Leigh: A visionary or just eccentric?

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Doug Price, CEO of the Colorado Springs Convention and Visitors Bureau, calls tourism the “invisible industry,” and based on his policy for sharing how the CVB spends public money, he intends to keep it that way. Despite the fact that taxpayers provide the CVB its money, Price has declined to release information about his own… Continue Reading CVB offers few details about how it spends tax money

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