The city of Colorado Springs has embarked upon a two-year, $500,000 process to update its comprehensive plan. Why bother? Isn’t the existing comprehensive plan sufficient to the city’s needs? “Since the plan was last updated, our city’s needs and priorities have changed,” said Planning Director Peter Wysocki last week. “There are concerns about infill development, […]
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