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Pikes Peak Regional Building Department’s 2018 budget was approved by Colorado Springs City Council on Tuesday, but not before a lengthy discussion about RBD’s policy of giving extra revenue back to several projects and nonprofits that spent money on building permits in 2016-17. Councilor Don Knight even proposed an amendment to the budget resolution, that […]

Despite being within about an hour’s drive of each other, some issues facing the Tri-Lakes region, Colorado Springs, western and southern El Paso County, Teller County and Pueblo can seem worlds apart. Barriers were broken down last week, however, as leaders from those communities gathered for the Colorado Springs Business Journal’s Fourth Annual Mayors Panel […]

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Colorado Springs has what Mayor John Suthers terms “monumental financial problems,” including finding a way to pay for stormwater infrastructure without affecting city services like police and fire. That’s one reason he says he enjoys participating in the Colorado Springs Business Journal’s annual Mayors Panel, a forum discussion with mayors from across the Pikes Peak […]

Colorado Springs has what Mayor John Suthers terms “monumental financial problems” in the form of fixing stormwater infrastructure without affecting city services like police and fire. That’s one reason he says he enjoys participating in the Colorado Springs Business Journal’s annual Mayors Panel, a forum discussion with mayors from across the Pikes Peak region. This […]

By Amber Baillie Six mayors from the Pikes Peak region — and the deputy garrison commander from Fort Carson — gathered for the Business Journal’s third annual regional mayors forum July 21 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel to discuss their cities’ challenges and issues — and need to find regional solutions to issues. The […]