The Colorado Springs Gazette: As life gets back toward normal with restaurants and many other businesses more
fully opening, Colorado Springs City Council meetings are expected to stay closed to the general public through August because of the coronavirus.
Springs Taxpayers, a group that advocates for government transparency, sees no acceptable reason for the continued closure as vaccinations become more widespread and larger gatherings are allowed in many other places, group cofounder Laura Carno said.
“Why aren’t they willing to face the people whom they represent? I mean all of them, not just the developers,” she said.
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