Just in case you hadn’t noticed, the military presence in Colorado Springs isn’t enough to prevent economic downturns. While much of the economic stability in the Pikes Peak region is a result of the military, and the 54,000 jobs — a significant percentage of the community’s 330,000 — created by military expenditures, falling sales tax […]
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