Jim Mullen 
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Re: “Besides Nor'wood, one other 'entity' submitted an undocumented bid for downtown land

Norwood will get it's million dollar investment in buying a new form of government back on the Olympic Museum deal.

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Posted by Jim Mullen on 04/13/2017 at 8:59 AM

Re: “Colorado Springs renames stormwater division

In a world of alternative facts and where people living in Muslim countries are banned from immigrating to the United States by a non Muslim ban it is clear that politicians can say anything they want and we will buy it.

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Posted by Jim Mullen on 02/01/2017 at 7:21 AM

Re: “Update: Tim Mitros leaves his city job

Good luck in your future endeavors Tim. Thank you for your service to our city.

Jim Mullen

City manager 1996 - 2002.

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Posted by Jim Mullen on 12/28/2016 at 8:59 AM

Re: “Melcher seeks ways to make Utilities' cash flow for stormwater

Councilman Hente is correct. The mayor is simply failing to lead the city to the only responsible action it can take in order to deal with the stormwater issue. By refusing to face the facts and instead stalling by having his attorney running aroung in circles he is endangering this city and it's neighborhoods. We will have an 'event' some day and the catastrophic loses that result will be on those who have failed to do their civic duty to support, pass and fund an effective stormwater management program.

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Posted by Jim Mullen on 02/01/2013 at 12:59 PM

Re: “Trails and Open Space Coalition disavow ballot measure

I agree with this position. I was the city manager at the time when city council approved the TOPs plan and the people passed the TOPS tax. It was clear then that the intent of the tax was to purchase open space and trails and to a lesser extent, expand existing park land. The MOE was a key factor in getting the tax passed and ensuring that future councils did not reduce the parks budget and supplant the funds with TOPs tax money. The fact that it has not always worked the way it was intended is reflection on the councils that were elected after 2001 and the lack of executive leadership since that time.It was good policy then and it is good policy now. Vote no on this question.

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Posted by Jim Mullen on 02/01/2013 at 12:45 PM

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