Developers associated with the Gold Hill Mesa neighborhood are exploring legal action against the Colorado Springs Gazette in light of its recent three-part series about the Westside subdivision it reported is sitting atop shifting soils. The newspaper’s first installment, published Aug. 25, said that city planners and regional building staff allowed development at Gold Hill […]
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