Looks like the PPACG document I read was old. The new one does discuss protected bike lanes. Sorry! :-/
I read the entire PPACG document. I think most of its priorities are spot on regarding linking broken routes, but I still saw no mention of protected bike lanes in the roadways. Colorado Springs Urban Intervention is the only group that is mentioning this method of promoting bike travel. Bike paths are important getting you to commercial areas, but once there, people get nervous on a bike lanes sandwiched between moving traffic and parked cars. If you dont feel comfortable riding a bike lane with your kids, then its going to deter most recreational riders. http://www.naiop.org/en/Magazine/2014/Spri…
WHO in Govt Watch paid $65K to get Collins off the city council? Is it known WHO are the members of Govt Watch? It's likely that Jenkins and Anschutz are 2 of the WHOs. How about asking these 2 City Leaders if they paid all or some of the $65K?. Is John Suthers, one of the City Leaders, also one of the WHOs?
As for Laugeson filing a complaint with the Denver Police Dept alleging Bruce assaulted her, my amateur legal advice is for Bruce to file a complaint with the Denver Police Dept against Laugeson alleging harassment.
there's something that I would like "Colorado Springs Government Watch" to look into.
Over the coming years,
Colorado Springs City Council seems to have promised to spend $ 1 Million to rebuild the Summit House atop Pikes Peak.
But I think that property belongs to a private party. It used to be the Hill family, who also used to own Seven Falls, and maybe the Cog Railway.
Please check if it is private property,
and if it is,
then explain why the City is giving them money.
I spent my teens and 20's desperately involved in "conversion therapy." I was a true believer. At 31, I had a girlfriend...but there I was, taking the elevator to the top of the Empire State Building and thinking the unthinkable. I just didn't see a way out. My truth was abominable to the Church and shameful to my family should they ever find out... While it's often called "reparative therapy," it almost destroyed me. Bryan Christopher (Author, Hiding from Myself)
The city has policies. They are not followed. The reason for not following them? We don't want to trouble the public with how the city is actually run: back channel deals, nepotism, and overpaid positions for unqualified employees. Didn't you get the memo?
It a law that protects you if your roommate or landlord wants you out This prevents them from changing locks, taking your property or shutting off utilities. Only a Judge can order an eviction even if you have violated your lease nobody can bounce you out.
Maggies is a joke, impersonal service, rude budtenders and the shady aspects of an illegal buy. Move em in and out and take it or leave it seems to be the attitude of staff at Maggies. I'll take my business elsewhere!
It is amazing that the city council looks the other way on this. Public officials should use official email accounts for everything except personal business.
That photo above was taken by me... you didn't ask permission or give me any credit. Where did you obtain it?
That is a give-a-way to the Broadmore.
OldCrank and Zen: Let's hope it's "OUT she goes" and that the power of this gang of slugs is indeed "diminishing." Yet, Collins remains very much on City Council. Voters in council District 4 will have their chance to remove her from office in the April 7 recall election—but only if they return their ballots!
Property taxes should be abolished.
Slum lords, like birds of feather, flock together. Dirty birds indeed. OUT she goes.
Doug Bruce apparently taught her well. How sad that these kind of people used to have so much power in the Springs. Happy to see it diminishing.
Very bad idea. Horses will damage the trails more than can be managed by available staff. I have had a horse for 20 years, in a variety of places with trails, and have observed the impacts. They just dont belong in City parks.
It's always all about the money - in all levels of government. No wonder people don't even bother showing up to vote.
Atomicbird is right that the PUC isn't *yet* regulating broadband, and they will tell you so when you call. However, they *are* tracking these complaints internally and sharing them with other departments as needed.
4 million people inappropriately submitted comments to the FCC recently but it was still enough to sway their policy making in a big way. As a populace we can only continue hammering that same nail until these abusive broadband providers either get their act together or get placed under legitimate regulation.
Calling the Colorado Public Utilities Commission won't help-- the FAQ on PUC's web site includes:
"I need faster Internet service and the phone company won't provide it. Can you help?"
"No. Broadband (high-speed Internet service) is not a regulated/required service."
This is from http://cdn.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite/DORA-…
While this is happening, why doesn't the CSU board look into financing rooftop solar on every home in the Springs that wants to participate? We have an opportunity to make money, phase out the coal fired plants, and put the interest money into hardening our part of the grid, while reducing our carbon footprint, and even prove solar as a viable electrical sale to oter utilities off of our grid.
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