Eve C. Gruntfest, Pamala Weaver Rivers, Robert F. Jones., "Sponsored by The Federal Emergency Management Agency in cooperation with The Colorado Department of Public Safety Division of Disaster Emergency Services and The City of Manitou Springs.", "Summer 1985.", Bibliography: pages 119-127., Print version record.
Daphne Greenwood, "Presented at the Southwest Economic Association meetings, Fort Worth, Texas, March 2001.", Include biographical references (unnumbered pages 6-7), Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed October 2019)
prepared by the Center for Colorado Policy Studies, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs ; Daphne Greenwood with Jacob Stiedemann., "September 17, 2004.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed November 2019)
The National Cyber Intelligence Center (NCIC) of Colorado Springs is being developed in cooperation with the Governor's office along with a number of other partners. This collaboration is centered around three broad programmatic areas;1) a program to provide education to public leaders(Cyber Institute-CI), 2) a program to support research, education and training in cyber security(Cyber Research, Education and Training Center -CRETC) and 3) a program to support firms that have experienced cyber security breaches(Rapid Response Center-RRC)., "June 2016.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed July 2020)
El Paso County, on the Front Range of the Colorado Rockies, covers approximately 2,158 square miles and has an estimated 2005 population of 561,701.1 In this semi-arid region, water supply is managed through many separate water districts, each with its own exclusive supply of water. Districts range in size both by population and water availability. 69% of El Paso County's current population, including all residents of the city of Colorado Springs and selected unincorporated areas. This paper focuses on portions of the county not served by CSU, especially in the northern region., Jacob Stiedemann., Includes bibliographical references (page 25), Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed October 2019)
Colorado's cities and towns face some of the most restrictive constitutional limits on spending and taxing found in the nation. First, the Gallagher amendment has eroded municipal property tax bases by reducing the residential assessment ratio. In addition the TABOR amendment imposed revenue and spending limits. The impacts of both these amendments, working together and separately have changed municipal governance significantly., Tom Brown., Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed October 2019)