As water worries complicate its fight with the city, Smokebrush plans to relocate 

Digging in, but heading out

Two months ago, the Smokebrush Foundation sued Colorado Springs over carcinogens blowing onto its property from a city demolition site. The suit remains ongoing, but executive director Don Goede says Smokebrush won't be holding tight as it plays out; instead, the foundation…

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