I'd like to see the results of a CONFIDENTIAL survey of soldiers deployed to war zones from Ft Carson to learn how many returned as newly regular cannabis users. Naturally I would want a non-DoD 3rd party to administer the survey, or an Inspector General.
Rob Harris, I don't find precise wording for the recall petition at the FB page or the website.
Where are the jobs promised by politicians? The interlocked circles still look like hula hoops to me.
Do we care how the terminated FREX funds are reallocated? That's $797,000 that should be apparent somewhere in the transit line items. Can't wait to see it somewhere on the www.springsgov.com website after delivery to the City Council.
Interestingly the City and County of Denver contains only 154.9 sq miles. Even without the 28 sq miles of Ultra, Colorado Springs is a bit larger yet we still have significant green space (Palmer Park!). BTW, CDOT does NOT have an agreement with DRCOG for a percentage of state funding for infrastructure.
Again, I believe it is quite disingenuous of Colorado Springs to complain about CDOT not fulfilling the MOU with the City when the City is making no effort to fulfill it's documented intention to maintain the 2004 transit funding level since 2009.
It is a mistake to assume the CDOT speaks for the Transportation Commission regardless of MOUs CDOT may enter. This story is a case in that point. Let's also use the correct terms to identify the players: the MOU is with PPACG, not Colorado Springs. Any reference to whatever Denver receives is actually DRCOG (Denver Regional Council of Governments).
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