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“I just want to serve my community.” “I love this city, and I want to help make it better.” “I’m deeply humbled that so many people have asked me to step up run for Mayor/City Council (choose one).” “I will act collaboratively and cooperatively to move our city forward.” “We are at a crossroads/an inflection […]

The next salvo in the war of words between Neumann Systems Group President Dave Neumann and Colorado Springs City Councilor Tim Leigh won’t be at a public meeting. Neumann asked last week for a special City Council meeting, outlining 16 alleged falsehoods and misstatements made by Leigh about Neumann’s coal-scrubbing technology being installed at Martin […]

The man behind the Neustream coal-cleaning technology, Dr. David Neumann, has long been under attack from City Councilor Tim Leigh, and now Neumann is fighting back. Neumann, CEO of Neumann Systems Group, has sent two letters to the City Attorney’s office asking for an ethics investigation of Leigh, claiming that Leigh not only is spreading falsehoods […]

Young students in District 38 obviously find their iPads to be more than just playthings.

Following a long, contentious and apparently unadvertised public hearing, the Colorado Springs City Council, acting as the Utilities Board, declined Wednesday to revisit its July 18 decision to finish installation of the $130 million NeuStream pollution control system on the downtown Martin Drake Power Plant and defer any study of the plant’s future until 2013. […]

The Neumann Systems Group’s partnership with Colorado Springs Utilities has always raised eyebrows. People have questioned whether the NeuStream emissions-cleaning technology can possibly do what it has advertised to do, and they’ve wondered whether the public-private partnership is ethical. Others said CSU shouldn’t use public money to test unproven technology at Martin Drake Power Plant. […]