A crowd of local dignitaries — including Colorado Springs City Council President Merv Bennett — turns over the first spades of dirt for the project.
A crowd of local dignitaries — including Colorado Springs City Council President Merv Bennett — turns over the first spades of dirt for the project.

City, county and state officials broke ground Dec. 12 on a two-year, $30-million revitalization project that promises to end the decades-long dispute over a 1.5-mile corridor through parts of both Colorado Springs and Manitou Springs that is known as “No Man’s Land.” During the event, which took place at the Garden of the Gods RV […]

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