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School district agrees to sell land for low-income homes in southeast Colorado Springs

If all goes as longtime Colorado Springs insurance agent Don Bates and his family envision, vacant land in a blighted area of southeast Colorado Springs could be developed into 250 single-family homes for low-income residents. “It’ll be a community ...

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