Tuesday Index

May 18, 2010

In Colorado Springs, this city's sales tax collections rose for a 6th straight month (Gazette). The Penrose Fountain will begin flowing this weekend (Gazette). Hanover School District 28 names a new superintendent (Gazette).

In Pueblo, city council debates medical marijuana dispensaries (Chieftain), and city officials have reached an agreement over the cost of red light cameras (KRDO). The Pueblo Conservancy District is debating a new fee structure (Chieftain). Runyon Lake gets another look (Cheiftain).

The Trinidad Times-Independent reports on a military buffer zone bill sent to the governor, a possible increase of animal control fines, and budgeting suggestions for Trinidad School District 1.

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