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  • Ballot issue 1: Sale, Conveyance or Leasing of Utilities

    Ballot issue 1: Sale, Conveyance or Leasing of Utilities

    Thursday, March 9 2017 4:49 PM EST2017-03-09 21:49:33 GMT
    Utility workers restoring power following January's windstorm event. (Facebook: Colorado Springs Utilities)Utility workers restoring power following January's windstorm event. (Facebook: Colorado Springs Utilities)

    Voters in Colorado Springs will have the option to approve or decline an amendment to the city charter concerning the currently city-owned utilities.

    Voters in Colorado Springs will have the option to approve or decline an amendment to the city charter concerning the currently city-owned utilities.

  • Ballot issue 3: Telecommunications agreements

    Ballot issue 3: Telecommunications agreements

    Thursday, March 9 2017 4:49 PM EST2017-03-09 21:49:28 GMT

    Of the issues on the ballot for the City of Colorado Springs Municipal Election is an option for voters to approve or decline of the city working closely with telecommunications firms.

    Of the issues on the ballot for the City of Colorado Springs Municipal Election is an option for voters to approve or decline of the city working closely with telecommunications firms.

  • Ballot issue 2: How to use $6 million surplus

    Ballot issue 2: How to use $6 million surplus

    Thursday, March 9 2017 4:15 PM EST2017-03-09 21:15:58 GMT
    Map of 26 stormwater projects by the City of Colorado Springs.Map of 26 stormwater projects by the City of Colorado Springs.

    In the coming weeks, Colorado Springs voters will have the choice of passing or rejecting ballot issue number 2, which concerns a $6 million surplus the city wants to spend on stormwater projects. 

    In the coming weeks, Colorado Springs voters will have the choice of passing or rejecting ballot issue number 2, which concerns a $6 million surplus the city wants to spend on stormwater projects. 

  • April 4th election ballot drop off locations

    April 4th election ballot drop off locations

    Thursday, March 9 2017 3:56 PM EST2017-03-09 20:56:28 GMT

    Voters taking part in the April 4th City of Colorado Springs election will need to mail-in ballots to the City Clerk's Office or drop-off their ballot at designated locations.

    Voters taking part in the April 4th City of Colorado Springs election will need to mail-in ballots to the City Clerk's Office or drop-off their ballot at designated locations.

  • Colorado Springs city election on April 4th

    Colorado Springs city election on April 4th

    Voters in Colorado Springs have the opportunity to cast their ballot on six city council seats and three ballot issues in the coming weeks.

    Voters in Colorado Springs have the opportunity to cast their ballot on six city council seats and three ballot issues in the coming weeks.

  • Election Watch: 14 vying for six council seats in COS

    Election Watch: 14 vying for six council seats in COS

    Monday, March 6 2017 11:41 PM EST2017-03-07 04:41:22 GMT

    All six district seats for Colorado Springs City Council are up for grabs in the municipal election on April 4th.  The majority of city council seats could change hands. Four incumbents are running for re-election, and ten new faces are vying for voter support. The three other council seats are at-large. 

    All six district seats for Colorado Springs City Council are up for grabs in the municipal election on April 4th.  The majority of city council seats could change hands. Four incumbents are running for re-election, and ten new faces are vying for voter support. The three other council seats are at-large. 

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