Changes likely in Colorado Springs' paychecks 

Police officers and firefighters are underpaid by $4.3 million

Police officers and firefighters in Colorado Springs are underpaid, and $4.3 million is needed to catch up, according to a compensation study recently forwarded to City Council. Firefighter pay is 3.6 percent to 11.4 percent behind that of comparable cities, and cops…

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