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Pueblo approves $460 million stormwater deal with Colorado Springs

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With a unanimous vote Monday morning, the Pueblo County Board of Commissioners approved a stormwater deal with the City of Colorado Springs.  

The terms of the deal require Colorado Springs to spend $460 million on 71 stormwater projects over the next two decades.

The agreement also outlines how the cities will work together to finish all the projects.

Money to fund the projects is coming from Colorado Springs' general fund.

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