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Developers Not Objecting To Airport Development Plans

Developers Not Objecting To Airport Development Plans The Gazette Telegraph (Rich Laden) August 2, 1999 ‘Randy Case, president of Case International Co. and whose family is a partner in a group that owns 30 acres at Powers and Fountain boulevards, said he and colleagues haven’t said a lot about the city’s airport development plans.  …

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Reaping What We Sowed

The Colorado Springs Independent (John Hazlehurst) July 22-28,1999 The Independent talks about the Trails and Open Space (TOPS) committee and how the “open-space tax is preserving the beauty and history of Colorado Springs.”  Randy Case is named in the article in reference to his support and participation in the TOPS commitee.  

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