One would think that the Indy Archives could tell us definitively who signed off on this legal action and when, without relying upon anyone's memory of the chain of events. Regardless of who is at fault for this legal action, it seems clear that the City should now cut its losses, pay PERA what it owes and set about finding a useful purpose for the remaining funds in escrow. Perhaps these funds might be used to partially alleviate the public health hazard known as stormwater?
I thought Keith King's townhall meeting had been rescheduled to Feb. 24 at 7 p.m.?
"Dennis Apuan, who also represents Colorado Springs' 17th district in the Colorado House of Representatives." Really? Someone ought to tell that to Tony Exum!
Melcher has never been El Paso County's attorney. Ever.
McCormick is a good man. He will be missed.
Good. Perhaps now the City Parks department can set about fixing and reopening High Drive. It's been closed far too long!
The Gazette said today that the building they own is located at 522 South Wahsatch (not North).
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