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Colorado Springs will draw power from outside city, but leaders want flexibility in shutting coal plant

The U.S. Olympic Committee is based in Colorado Springs and athletes train in the city, where the real estate market recently has gained momentum. Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment air-quality control commissioners have raised concerns ...

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