Adam’s Mountain Café is the only business thus far that has benefited from the city’s Urban Renewal Authority and tax increment financing. The restaurant was given $47,000 for exterior renovations.
Adam’s Mountain Café is the only business thus far that has benefited from the city’s Urban Renewal Authority and tax increment financing. The restaurant was given $47,000 for exterior renovations.

Years have passed since the 2006 inception of the Manitou Springs Urban Renewal Authority, with relatively little to show for its efforts. But according to Mayor Marc Snyder, who also serves on the URA board, those efforts could be picking up as soon as this year. “Unfortunately [the URA’s beginnings] coincided with the Great Recession, […]

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