(Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of columns that address the city’s stormwater definition and suggest changes to make it more comprehensive.) Colorado Springs’ definition of stormwater — rain or snow that falls on roads, parking areas, rooftops and developed land — doesn’t cover all stormwater/effluent sources and ignores  many issues that […]

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