In Colorado Springs, KKTV and the Gazette take a look at school district 11. KRDO and the Gazette revisit the ‘no camping’ ordinance. The Colorado Springs Business Journal looks at the issue from a downtown retailer perspective.

The Colorado Springs Independent looks at a tax and development issue in Woodland Park aimed at building a YMCA.

In La Junta, the Tribune-Democrat reports that the Utility Board is set to begin an educational process. The Fowler Tribune reports officials in that town are looking at green technology for their sewer lagoons.

The Wet Mountain Tribune reports Custer County Commissioner Custer won’t seek reelection. The Chaffee County Times reports on a new commission looking at the Central Colorado Regional Airport.

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