In 1999, Colorado Springs residents voted to approve $88 million in bonds to finance 29 capital improvements, including projects related to safety, transportation, storm water, parks, public facilities and other community enhancements. The Springs Community Improvement Program was scheduled to be completed in three years. City Engineer Gary Haynes evaluated the magnitude and scheduling requirements […]
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