Water is an extremely precious commodity in Colorado Springs, a fact confirmed in a recent survey. According to data released by consumer rights group Food and Water Watch, residential customers of Colorado Springs’ community water system paid the highest for water in 2015 of Colorado’s 13 largest community water systems. Texas-based startup LawnStarter reviewed the […]
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