Say goodnight Gracie.......
Bernie could have won, but only as a Democrat...
Current law says govt records are to be made available to the public. Why is mediation necessary to obtain these records? This appears to me to be another effort by govt to make it difficult for the public to know how it's spending OUR tax dollars.
Does Suthers impending debt of $27M for C4C include the Jenkins condo garage at the west end of the pedestrian bridge, which is, by the way, a long walk from the proposed Olympic museum?
Funny, your articles are inflammatory and lopsided. Why do Libs get so angry over dissenting opinions? Pot calling the kettle black!!
Are you an immigrant to the United States and have become a citizen of the United States? Yes. Great! You have nothing to worry about. We are glad to have you here.
OK, are you a legal resident AKA "green card" holder or on a current visa? Yes. Great! Unless you commit a crime (usually a felony) violating the long standing requirements of the green card or visa, you have nothing to worry about. We are glad to have you here.
Have you committed a misdemeanor or felony crime? No. OK, well you are probably here illegally and should really go home, but you are not the priority for being caught and deported.
Yes. Expect to get jailed and probably deported.
(caveat: the poster's mother is a legal immigrant to the US)
This is the law, not really Trump's policy.
This is a problem. In fact, related to the impending debt of $27 million for City for Champions that Mayor Suthers will sign onto, I requested communications between the City and a private entity who will benefit from the public debt. The City's lawyers denied the request based on a Colorado statute that they failed to follow in their denial. How do you mediate when the government doesn't follow the law? Do you get a mediator telling the requestor to be happy with only partial adherence to the law? Unfortunately, a lawsuit is the only recourse. Mediation about the extent to which the City or any public entity must comply with the law will result in loss of transparency and give governments another rock to hide under.
Here's an idea: How about we legalize recreational pot sales in the city and use the increased tax revenues to pay our cops better and hire more cops?
What areas of town were the robberies more prevalent?
And of course if you take the opposite view you can skip the protest and simply make a donation to the Republican party.
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Would be interesting if Mr. Zook found out if the employees at the Sheriff's Office that returned from retirement to work for Sheriff Elder had to pay back the retirement benefits they received.
Not so much, perhaps. A spike is not necessarily a trend. Using the numbers from the chart, and taking a global view of each year, we come with the period ending Feb 15 being 46 days, or 12.6% of the year. Using the total from 2016 of 439 cases we would then expect 55 reports to the selected cutoff.
Breitbart Editor Calls Milo Yiannopoulos Comments Indefensible As His Future With The Site Remains In Doubt
LMAO- Milo Yiannopoulos Disinvited From Conservative Confab, Loses Book Deal
Gay alt-right provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos has been disinvited from the Conservative Political Action Conference after videos surfaced of him defending sex between men and boys and making light of the sexual assault of women.
The videos have also cost him a book contract with Simon & Schuster and are threatening his position with conservative website Breitbart. KARMA IS A BITCH!!!
It was my understanding that the plan was to shutter the farming operation out of abundance of caution until a determination could be made on the contamination effects on the produce from the contaminated well water that was used to irrigate the fields. If the contamination could be passed into the crops and cause health issues with the public... the liability of knowingly and willingly selling the product would put the future of the facility at financial risk. It was a smart if not the smart thing to do for future of the facility.
She is dismissive, Does not keep her word and should not represent the people of this city.
Fort Carson and the Catholic Diocese needs to step up and help out. I met the Venetucci's years ago. When I was in elementary I went there for the pumpkins too.. My son for a couple years went to the farm as well. I am sad to read about what is going on there. I have since moved away from CO after 32 years. I moved away last year and am saddened and shocked as to what is happening. I think both Carson and the Church should help out. My father served at that post and I was a member of the Church. Anybody and everybody should help out.
And the GOP is doing such a great job that it took that Libtard paper to figure out they dont even know how to file there own reports Or maybe its like that Sheriff that had a woman strapped around his waste while covering up a felony. Hot damn them some good ol boys they dont mean no harm. Whats the harm in wasting that tax payer money everybody does it.
The GOP baby! Libtards are not welcome in Colorado Springs. Move to Boulder if you want governed by Snowflakes!
TruB - that is interesting - if I read the charts correctly and did the math right the five candidates supported by CSF are averaging 83.85% of their funds received being from members of the development groups.
Obviously, everybody is free to support candidates with as much as they feel they need to but it does seem to point to the need for the public to ask very hard and penetrating questions during whatever candidate forums are scheduled!
The next four years may see the need to resolve the details on the Banning-Lewis Ranch, which may come up as soon as the election votes are counted - what form will be used to tax us to pay for the $460M the mayor has committed to stormwater.
Does 85% of campaign funds to your account buy good judgement or just put you in line to follow orders? Maybe keeping the current council in place will eliminate the question?
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