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UPDATE: Springs' RV parking ban heads for December vote
City Council voted Dec. 11 to adopt a ban on RVs on city streets. The vote was 4 to 3, with Yolanda Avila, David Geislinger and Jill Gaebler dissenting and Merv Bennett and Bill Murray absent.
A first offense carries a fine of $75; second offense, $100, third, $125.
But the city notes that "violations of this ordinance (as currently drafted and proposed) are noncriminal civil infractions not punishable by imprisonment.…
UCHealth tool shows patients what they’ll pay, but some say it’s not enough
In today’s ultra-connected world, you can comparison shop for nearly anything: TVs, cars, etc. But the prices of services that keep you alive, and sometimes cost more than anything else you may need, aren’t so easy to find. That’s partly because a number of factors — hospital, insurance plan, provider, type of procedure — make the costs of health care differ widely from person to person.…
Deadline set for City to settle EPA lawsuit
The city has three months to reach a settlement over its Clean Water Act violations or face further litigation for violating its stormwater discharge permit, according to filings in the federal lawsuit brought by the EPA in 2016. U.S. District Judge Richard Matsch ruled against the city on Nov. 9 on all three violations tried in September.…
USA Gymnastics files for bankruptcy
Facing dozens of lawsuits related to its failure to protect victims of Dr. Larry Nassar, a former team doctor convicted of sexual abuse, USA Gymnastics announced it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.…
Rock Island Trail gap gets funding, and CSPD news
Colorado Springs will receive $500,000 from the state-run Colorado the Beautiful Grant Program to fill in the Rock Island Trail's gap with .62 miles of concrete and a gravel shoulder.…
Changes coming to impound lot to improve management of thousands of vehicles
Out on Las Vegas Street near the El Paso County jail, razor wire surrounds another secure facility. But no inmates are held here.…
State officials see first pay raise in nearly two decades
State elected officials will see their paychecks increase in January for the first time since 1999, under a 2015 Senate bill.…
Tammy Terwelp to leave KRCC, lead Aspen Public Radio
Tammy Terwelp, the general manager at Colorado College's 91.5 KRCC-FM, will leave for the mountains early next year.
"Some news to share... I will be heading to Aspen Public Radio as their new Executive Director effective January 28th," Terwelp posted on LinkedIn Dec. 10.…
City begins clearing "Quarry" homeless camp
Police and city workers began cleaning up the "Quarry" campground southeast of downtown early Dec. 11. Though police gave campers about two weeks notice to leave — far longer than the 24 hours usually required under city code — pockets of people still remained with their tents and belongings.
"I got an estimate — as of yesterday, there was like 70," says Lt. Lux, who leads the Colorado Springs Police Department's Homeless Outreach Team.…
UPDATE: Downtown development includes Vermijo Avenue streetscape
City Council voted Dec. 11 unanimously, with councilors Bill Murray and Merv Bennett absent, to approve an urban renewal designation for the block southwest of Tejon and Costilla streets — the proposed site of a hotel.
In addition, Council voted unanimously with Murray absent at the same meeting to approve an urban renewal designation for what used to be known as the Southwest Downtown URA. Now, it will be called the Museum and Park Urban Renewal Area.…
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