Smart innovative people - why are so many north of El Paso County?
Did Colorado Springs City Council make the correct decision to retain themselves as the Board of Directors for Colorado Springs Utilities? A one minute Quick Poll. Thank you.
What is your level of trust in the current city administration and how open and transparent do you feel it is? A two minute 'quick-poll' - thank you.
Be happy to send you the latest results if you would be interested- you can forward your email privately if you like and I will see that a copy is sent. Thank You.
For time in office to date, how has the current city administration impacted your thoughts on 'trust' and 'open-transparent' city government? A one-minute informal and anonymous quick poll for your consideration. Thank you.
"Don't elect rigid, argumentative, do-nothing ideologues to office."
That is pretty much all who run for office locally plus retired military and bored housewives.
Representative government, for all practical purposes, ended just after the country was founded upon high principals; taken down by the landed gentry then and the special interest groups with the most money. Cspgs is not any different than any other town. Our special interest is the BDB or Builder-Developer-Broadmoor cadre being the primary source of all decisions - they back campaigns with endorsements and cash - the give marching orders to the RBA and to CSF who jump and ask how high on the way up. Broadmoor will do well with Strawberry Fields. How long before all 'agreements' are off the table and the entire patch will be a 'boutique golf course surrounded by 3 million dollar homes?
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