Wahoo - the paper plates are gone. I've had both the schnitzel ($8.99) and the rouladen ($8.99) there recently and found them both to be good. Cannot go to four stars though, as I really wanted a draft beer to go along with them.
I think an approach that includes increased road and park maintenance, as well as the identified stormwater projects, is a better alternative to the previous ballot proposal. I would also like to see it shared among all Colorado Springs residents through a local sales tax. Count me among those who blame the developers for a lot of this - thus I also wouldn't mind seeing a permanent additional fee on new development - including the urban renewal zone in the SW downtown area.
"The businesses along Tejon Street need the on-street parking and therefore the traffic to make them function"
THIS is your explanation as to why Tejon street could not be turned into a pedestrian mall? So how does this differ from any of the businesses on the Pearl street mall?
I expected a more intuitive explanation from a landscape architect...
Our government has proven many times that regulations only have meaning when they want them to have meaning. Thus you cannot believe anyone who speaks on behalf of the government today, as tomorrow they will likely apply the regulation in a completely different way.
Wasn't this whole area designated an urban renewal zone? Why bother donating when it will be bought from you at face value anyway?
Some might say that the Organizers of the Pikes Peak Marathon and Ascent are interfering with the incline enthusiasts.
Perhaps the Indy should hire a cannabis reviewer in addition to its many restaurant and beer reviewers.
Guess millennials are satisfied working at call centers...
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