In a special city election as part of the coordinated election of Nov. 3, Colorado Springs voters will be asked to increase sales tax by .62 percent for road repairs and maintenance and to keep $2.1 million in revenue from fiscal year 2014 that exceeded the Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TABOR) limits, according to a news release sent […]
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