SpringsTaxpayers offers watchdog help to taxpayers nationwide

Colorado Springs Independent: Why did the city of Colorado Springs sell a $570,000 piece of property to a nonprofit for $1?

How come a Rockrimmon neighborhood just got newly paved streets to serve only 44 homes when that money could have filled 24,614 potholes instead?

Why is City Councilor Andy Pico the only one asking questions about how closing the downtown Drake Power Plant will impact customer rates?

What has the city done or not done to ease the traffic burden in the Cragmoor neighborhood since approving a big apartment complex there in 2015?

Find answers to these and other questions at SpringsTaxpayers.com, which announced on July 23 it’s branching out to help other communities across the country find answers to local government questions.

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