How Black Forest became ripe for historic wildfire damage 

Behind the boom

When John Kennedy was elected president in 1960, Black Forest had only 88 homes, many of them rustic vacation retreats. But as the 20th century progressed, the rural enclave amid towering ponderosa pine north of Colorado Springs drew more residents. And since…

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