This talk was excellent! Too bad it was sold out and many citizens (and city council members) missed it. Lucky for us, Wes and Phil will be back for another talk, Jan 31, 6:30 p.m. Penrose Main Library, Carnegie Room. You don't want to miss this!
Sure, the city is working on meeting the new clean-air standards now, but the whole point is that they've been polluting out of control for decades and lying to cover it up.
Thank you Richard !!
War on Hikers? They built a huge lot on the E. end of town with a free shuttle right to the trailhead! How is that a war on hikers? They're just trying to protect the Ruxton residents' quality of life.
Public Trust is now ZERO! This deal stinks. Write to firstname.lastname@example.org and tell them NO on this deal.
@John Bender I am not sure where you are getting your numbers, but the Neumann systems bill to data is over $200M, after an initial estimate of $80M. By contrast, Nixon's scrubbers are coming in at $92M total.
Perhaps Mr. Pico (I wonder where his ancestors are from?) does not understand US Immigration Policy. http://www.immigrationpolicy.org/just-fact…
His resolution is redundant and completely unnecessary. The rules are already in place.
All this resolution does is make Colorado Springs come across as a hateful, xenophobic city.
Fort Carson is picking up the slack for Colorado Springs Utilities.
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