Open records case to shed light on InterQuest shopping center

The Gazette: A more complete picture of public infrastructure spending in the InterQuest Marketplace shopping center in northern Colorado Springs is expected to be revealed following a victory in an open-records case against the taxing district that financed the project. 

The greater public understanding of district finances will follow budget hearings where a Colorado Springs city councilman called into question the lack of detail around district spending and an attorney raised questions about the high rate of taxes businesses in the district have paid to cover district debt. The district lowered the tax rate as a result, a change that will save businesses collectively about $1 million.

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