In Colorado Springs, Councilor Sean Paige is calling for an audit of dollars funneled to the Economic Development Corporation (Gazette). The Gazette also takes a look at the restoration of the Bernard mansion on Tejon Street.

Negotiations are scheduled to resume tomorrow in Pueblo regarding the proposed construction of the Southern Delivery System water pipeline (Gazette, Chieftain). The Chieftain also has this look at farmers under the High Line Canal and their challenges.

In Trinidad, council’s choice for City Manager has declined the position (Trinidad Times-Independent). The Times-Independent also takes a look at Proposition 101 in Las Animas County.

In Raton, the city’s planned racino has a delay in its appeal on the revocation of its gaming license (Raton Range).

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