Citizens for Responsible School Funding '99 

As of Oct. 12, the political action committee that organized to head the campaign to pass the District 11 mill-levy override reported $50,525 in contributions. The campaign's major contributors include:

Edison Schools (a New York charter school corporation): $15,000

Development Management Inc. (developers whose principals include David Jenkins, Kent A. Petre and Stephen D. Hart): $10,000

Holme Roberts & Owen (a law firm whose clients include D-11): $5,000

The Greater Colorado Springs Housing and Building Association: $5,000

The Broadmoor hotel: $5,000

G.E. Johnson contractors: $3,000

Colorado Education Assocation PAC: $2,000

DCA Architects: $500

District 11 Elementary School Principals Association: $400

Glenn Gustafson: $350

Franklin Bernard: $200

Karol Marten-McGuire: $200

William K. Brown: $200

Chipeta Elementary PTA: $200

As of the same date, the PAC listed $11,977 in expenditures, including $2,300 in reimbursements to the Colorado Springs Education Association. CSEA director Dan Koen is running the campaign, with former City Councilwoman Mary Ellen McNally serving as treasurer.


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