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The city is inviting everyone to learn about RetoolCOS — an update to Colorado Springs’ zoning and subdivision ordinance — and how the community can get involved at an open house, 6-7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 3. The city’s zoning ordinance, which dictates how property owners can use their land, will be updated to carry out […]

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Property owners across Colorado Springs are paying 25 percent less in flood insurance premiums because the city has kept its high rating in the National Flood Insurance Program’s Community Rating System. The city announced it has earned a Class 5 rating for the second straight year, working in cooperation with the Pikes Peak Regional Building Department. […]

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On the blank, flat surface of a parking lot at the Peyton/Widefield Vocational Education Campus, more than 40 students from Widefield School District 3 are building a house. The students have been developing construction skills in a 12,000-square-foot indoor space at the MiLL National Training Center at 4450 Foreign Trade Zone Blvd. (MiLL stands for […]

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Colorado Springs Fire Marshal Brett Lacey has seen it happen, time and time again, after a business owner finds a location he or she likes and signs a lease or buys it. “Then they start doing the process,” Lacey said. “They have to go to [the Pikes Peak] Regional Building [Department] and the Fire Department, […]