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Monday, December 17, 2012

MAT's troubles with new Ivywild location

Posted By on Mon, Dec 17, 2012 at 6:35 PM

Today, the Colorado Springs Business Journal reported that the Millibo Art Theatre's move to the Ivywild school project area — specifically Ivywild Community Church — has hit something of a snafu.

Millibo Art Theatre

Howard Hillman, a vicar for St. Aidan’s Anglican, the congregation that meets at the church, says he's not been notified of any changes from building owner Joseph Coleman. Hillman says there was no agreement, and that his parishioners are upset at the news.

Meanwhile, Jim Jackson, MAT executive director, is moving forward with the plans as he understands them. The CSBJ first reported on the move three days ago, pointing out that Jackson has even worked with architects and engineers for a renovation. Today, reporter Amy Gillentine writes, "Jackson seemed as confused as Hillman about the communication breakdown."

Read the full story here.

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