Memorial Hospital’s transfer to University of Colorado Health led to the city’s differences with PERA, leading to the $190 million settlement.
Memorial Hospital’s transfer to University of Colorado Health led to the city’s differences with PERA, leading to the $190 million settlement.
One of the hoariest tenets of economic development has to do with “primary” jobs. Such jobs are prized because they bring new revenue into a regional economy, spurring local demand for goods and services. Increased demand encourages non-primary employers to add workers and expand their facilities, thereby creating more secondary jobs. Colorado Springs boomed in […]
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