Pueblo’s downtown power plant, adjacent to the Riverwalk, could become a catalyst for more preservation and development in the area, as has happened in other cities.
Pueblo’s downtown power plant, adjacent to the Riverwalk, could become a catalyst for more preservation and development in the area, as has happened in other cities.

The Pueblo City Council has a sizeable  — some might say super-sized —  dilemma on its hands, one that might finally be settled at its next meeting Monday. The issue: What to do with the now-shuttered 1922 downtown power plant building, a significant and historically important structure that, absent decisive council action, will soon be […]

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