There’s real estate, and then there’s incomparable and one-of-a-kind Colorado terra firma. In a move to preserve some of the city’s prime land for open space and parks, the El Paso County Board of Commissioners has approved a zoning change that clears the way for the City of Colorado Springs to acquire 42.5 acres of […]
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