Interim police chief Peter Cary is now the permanent chief of police for Colorado Springs.
Mayor Steve Bach offered the resolution to make Carey permanent chief at today's city council meeting.
After words of praise from the mayor and councilman Bernie Herpin and councilwoman Jan Martin, the vote... more »
New numbers that list city employee salaries are out for the public's eyes to see. This year city employees are slated to make about $131,000,000. It may sound high but in fact, it's a pretty big decrease. "The decrease was about $14,000,000 from 2009 compared to 2012. Or about 10%... more »
Is there a communication breakdown between the mayor's office and city council in Colorado Springs? That's the implication of a Facebook post from a city council member that is causing quite a stir.
Monday night Colorado Springs City Councilwoman Lisa Czelatdko posted this message to her Facebook wall. In... more »
Since our earlier attempt to speak to Mayor Steve Bach about Councilwoman Czelatdko's comments about communication problems, his office has released the following statement to us.
"At no time were any council members removed from any information distribution lists in any of the departments - nor did we receive... more »
Colorado Springs is less than a month away from electing it's next Mayor -- and picking the first person to do it as a full-time job in a strong mayor system. Mail-in ballots go out this week, but there's a lot of talk about the thousands of voters that won't... more »
The City of Colorado Springs hopes a new roadway near Drennan and Academy called the Proby Parkway will mean big things for the city. "It's going to improve access to the airport." Explains Colorado Springs City Councilman Bernie Herpin," And just as important for the neighborhood it's going to take... more »
The process of deciding how to restructure Memorial Health System is underway in Colorado Springs.
Leaders of the city-owned hospital system met with city council Wednesday afternoon in a special meeting to discuss whether to take the hospital private, let the city keep it, or find something in the... more »