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Leaders in the Pikes Peak region are optimistic about city economies rebounding from the COVID-19 pandemic, and they’re balancing the pros and cons of the thriving tourism and construction industries. 

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Numerous local agencies and citizens have made pitches for money coming to Colorado Springs and El Paso County from the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act, designed to help cities, counties and states recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Running a $1.1-billion enterprise requires knowledge, technical know-how and a certain level of business acumen. So thought a group of citizens some years ago in their push to create a separate Colorado Springs Utilities Board schooled in the business world. They argued that City Council isn…

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In 2019, city council voted to extend its first and largest direct subsidy to a corporation when it approved $16.2 million in sales tax breaks over 25 years for Scheels All Sports, a retailer that built a superstore on the city’s Northside.