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Council Matters: City Budget  Oct 16 2017

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Council Matters: City Budget Oct 16 2017

Category : Council Matters

Bill Murray and Tom Strand are serious in this episode. Why? They’re working on the 2018 budget of Colorado Springs. Are the mayor’s revenue projections too rosy? Also: funding for vehicle maintenance, parks. stormwater, police and fire. Plus:What will move the public to vote? Should school boards be required to have seni...

Council Matters: Stormwater  September 25 2017

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Council Matters: Stormwater September 25 2017

Category : Council Matters

Council members Bill Murray and Tom Strand turn up the heat in this episode discussing the “should we, shouldn’t we” on stormwater and roads. Tom’s Energy Vision for Colorado Springs Utilities is discussed, and how real world downsizing and outsourcing affected Colorado Springs. (Recorded 9/22/17) Post a comme...

Council Matters: Stormwater #46  Sept 5 2017

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Council Matters: Stormwater #46 Sept 5 2017

Category : Council Matters

Bill Murray and Tom Strand get into a heated and somewhat testy conversation about Stormwater. The mayor is bandied about with a certain irreverence and as Bill says, “Get ready for a ride.” Do they solve the problem? No! They’re only scratching the surface. Fees, water volume, Pueblo, EPA development polling and Co...

Council Matters: Stormwater  August 14 2017

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Council Matters: Stormwater August 14 2017

Category : Council Matters

Bill and Tom discuss the stormwater ordinance Mayor Suthers has asked City Council to put on the November ballot, creating a new fee to cover the costs of maintaining and improving stormwater infrastructure. Shouldn’t the fee be based on amount of impervious surface? Should Colorado Springs Utilities handle the billilng? Why is the...

Council Matters: Election Follow-up  May 1 2017

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Council Matters: Election Follow-up May 1 2017

Category : Council Matters

Newly elected council members, EPA lawsuit, a transit center 20 years in the making and no structure in sight, infrastructure, stormwater and a related fee to come before the voters (when?). Students think the nightlife is boring in Colorado Springs. Could they be right? Will Richard Skorman be a change agent? Time will tell! http://...

Outdoors with Hiking Bob Podcast:  Bob and Kevin discuss economic benefits of parks, additional parks funding

January 18, 2017 0 min to read

Outdoors with Hiking Bob Podcast: Bob and Kevin discuss economic benefits of parks, additional parks funding

Category : Outdoors with Hiking Bob

Bob and co-host Kevin discuss a recent study regarding the economic benefit of city parks, attempts to raise more money for parks, stormwater issues, and Kevin’s big plans for 2018 http://feeds.soundcloud.com/stream/303277899-outdoors-with-hiking-bob-bob-kevin-discuss-the-economic-benefit-of-parks-more-parks-funding.mp3Podcast:...

CityTalk – Sept 23 2016

September 23, 2016 0 min to read

CityTalk – Sept 23 2016

Category : CityTalk

How do Jill and Jan pack this all into a half-hour? Denver traffic and philanthropy. Recent police department cuts. The Mayor’s interest in restoring a stormwater fee. Doug Bruce is on the loose! 2017 city budget coming soon. Jill needs to get a handle on her sighing at council meetings. What’s going on with the city’s cannabis...