Thank you so much!
Hahaha. Good question @Joel. Should have added "in theory" ....
"These rules exist so that the powerful cannot exert undue I nfluence on public officials, and one entity does not control a city. That is good public policy."
How familiar are you with Colorado Springs?
No Taxpayer Dollars.
I think we can count all who believed that on one thumb.
$500,000 is a first installment on nearly $200,000,000 that taxpayers will pay for museum infrastructure. This is the project everyone was told that the "State" and "private financing" was going to pay for. Who is surprised that was a lie? Not anyone who listened to the facts.
@SANDMARC, the invitations were sent by the Parks Department. The meeting itself was also controlled by the Parks Department. It was their meeting, and per a letter signed by Suthers and Bennett, it was their study. Also, there are rules which prohibit gifts to public officials. If they did not pay for the catered event, then that is a gift. These rules exist so that the powerful cannot exert undue influence on public officials, and one entity does not control a city. That is good public policy.
This meeting/party was hosted by the El Pomar Foundation as part of their Pikes Peak Recreation and tourism, Heritage Series. No city funds were used. Guess that got left out of the story.
LOL! Nice one Mr. K!
Of course it all got voted down. They use the money to pay attorneys to attack innocent people and threaten them with harassment so they won't ask anymore question.
I have a FERPA investigation ongoing against d11. D11 is a joke when it comes to student privacy and student safety. When there is a real problem they stick their heads in the sand and hope it will just go away.
D-11 talks a good talk on student privacy but fails in the execution of actually doing it.
How impressed are you with the 12 candidates who have so far announced formally that they will run?
Just wait until Ms. Palus and Mr. Suthers give the Broadmoor Rosemont Reservoir! This town is whack. Take names and vote this council out!
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Since when does the City Parks department spend so much time at the Broadmoor? Why is the head of the marketing department for the Broadmoor on the panel? I agree: too cozy in my opinion. The Broadmoor is not the only business in town, but our city government sure acts like they are.
Very cozy. I wonder how much Ms. Palus knows about the Broadmoor's interest in Rosemont Reservoir water rights.
Do you agree with the Colorado Springs City Council decision not to place a parks funding measure on the April Municipal Election ballot? A one minute Quick Poll. Thank you!
Odin writes, "General rule of arguments: The first person accuse someone of fascism is almost always wrong and is almost always an ignorant dickhead."
Don't forget the same rule applies to socialism, as so many "ignorant dickheads" demonstrated when accusing Obama.
For the last eight years right-wing ideologues have been whining about Obama, and they have been whining about Clinton for 24 years. It did not take any of them long to figure out that whining losers are objects of derision, as they themselves have been for so many years.
Comical and a big, "Duh!"... is the Broadmoor the new headquarters for the taxpayer funded Parks and Recreation Department? Planning the next chunk of historic parkland they intend to give away while assuming a behemoth liability?
Bob Nicoll asks, "Want an orange slice?"
Watch out! A Trump (Registered Trademark) orange slice could cost as much as $25, plus tip for service, and chances are the supplier was stiffed!
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