Effective July 8, at 2:30pm, Colorado Springs Utilities in coordination with the Colorado Springs Office of Emergency Management and the Colorado Spring Police Department, have lifted mandatory evacuations for additional homes that are currently in the mandatory evacuation area. Due to water damage and gas service issues, two of the homes on Harbor Pine Street are not yet ready for residents to move back in.

Mountain Shadows residents who reside on the following streets may return home today, July 8, 2012.

· Courtney Drive
· Harbor Pine

 

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