Tuesday Index

May 11, 2010

In Colorado Springs, council members are expected to vote on water rates (KOAAKRDO, KXRM). Iraqi Generals visit Ft. Carson (KXRM). The Colorado Springs Business Journal reports that 20% of property in the city is in negative equity.

In Pueblo, council members look to extend a ban on medical marijuana dispensaries (KRDO), and consider asking for bonds to help pay for renovations to Memorial Hall (Chieftain). A workshop attracted 60 contractors looking to work on the Southern Delivery System (Chieftain). 42 teachers are being transferred to other schools (Chieftain).

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