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MyAutoEnvy.com has moved to 2514 E. Platte Avenue in Colorado Springs.

MyAutoEnvy.com has a local inventory of quality used cars and also specializes in doing a nationwide search to find customers the best deals on specific vehicles they may be looking for.

They're specialty is luxury and standard cars, vans, trucks, and SUVs.

The company was founded by Dr. Glenn Noble, DDS,  of Fountain Dental Center in Fountain, CO. His son Nathan and Nathan's wife Sarah also work for the auto business.

You can reach myautoenvy.com on the web of course, or call them at 719-630-0400. You can also visit them at their new site, 2514 E. Platte, just two blocks east of Circle and Platte.

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By Ed Duffy

It may seem odd that a liquor store owner would open a home brewing shop, and in the same shopping center even. But, having been a home brewer, I can tell you that home brewing does not cannibalize liquor store sales. On the contrary, I acquired a taste for craft brews. Now, when I go to the liquor store for beer, I'm looking for unique, new, tasty, and higher priced beers. Home brewing is fun, but it also takes time. A craft brew enthusiast can't just wait two weeks to enjoy a cold one. Also craft brews from the liquor store can give you some great ideas for new twists on your own brews. So for a liquor store that promotes itself as having a broad selection, including a "new beer cave", the pairing actually makes good sense.

South Liquor Mart owner Mike Mikolatis opened 56 Ring Tobacco & Home Brew earlier this year in the Bally Shopping Center at 1733 S. Academy Blvd in Colorado Springs. They carry a full range of home brew supplies of course, for both beer and winemaking, and can cater to everyone from beginners to expert. They also carry premium cigars and accessories and have a tobacco lounge with a large screen TV. 

They can offer advice and assistance to home brewers and winemakers, in person or over the phone. You can also become a member and use their facilities to brew your masterpieces (everything you need except the bottles and caps). Members have access to after-hours brewing every evening except Tuesday. They also get regular discounts and other perks depending on the membership level you choose.

You can reach 56 Ring Tobacco and Home Brew at 719-375-3058. They're open Monday from 10am to 6pm, closed Tuesday, Wednesday through Friday from 10am to 6pm and Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 3pm.

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Press Release (Aguilar PR)

AT&T has activated a new 4G mobile Internet cell site in Colorado Springs that will enhance coverage for area residents and businesses and provide speeds up to four times faster than 3G.

The new site location near the intersection of Centennial Boulevard and Vindicator Drive will improve wireless coverage in the following areas: north along Centennial toward Woodmen Rd, south along Centennial toward 30th St. and southwest along Flying W Ranch Rd.

"We need continued investment in Colorado broadband networks and policies that encourage investment.  If our state and local communities are to remain competitive, we must provide businesses and citizens with the best technology, no matter where they are located and create a framework for private investment to get there," said Senator Bill Cadman.

"These investments in smart networks enhance economic growth and stimulate jobs," said Bill Soards, President-AT&T Colorado. "We commend the work of Senator Cadman for supporting policies that create a positive economic environment, one that provides opportunities for companies like AT&T to continue to invest aggressively in Colorado ."

AT&T is the only U.S. service provider to deploy two compatible 4G technologies to deliver more speed to more smartphone customers. Even as AT&T continues to expand its 4G LTE coverage in 2012 and 2013, customers can get 4G speeds outside of 4G LTE areas on our 4G HSPA+ network,  unlike competitors, where customers fall back to slower 3G technologies when outside of LTE coverage.



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There was a groundbreaking ceremony this morning for yet another new project at the Markets at Mesa Ridge in Fountain, Colorado. This time for a new strip center. Daniel Rosenbaum and Nick Rini of Nearon Enterprises report that 5 of the 6 spaces are already spoken for. Nearon manages the properties on the Mesa for the owners, Markets at Mesa Ridge.

Tenants in the new 10,000 square foot center will include a Noodles restaurant, H&R Block, Sprint, SportClips and Jersey Mikes subs.

There are now 4 commercial construction projects underway on the Mesa, including this one, Culvers, Kum and Go convenience store and Denny's, with more to come in 2013.

The new strip center is being built by TGC Contractors of Colorado Springs and is expected to be completed in Spring/Summer 2013.

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Whether at your business or at your home, trees are a significant investment in both money and time. Protect yours. Here in the Springs area, we get an average of about 1" of cumulative precipitation (liquid water volume) through the whole winter. The City of Colorado Springs provided the following press release to help you ensure your trees come back healthy in the Spring.

Winter Tree Watering Recommendations

City Forestry and the Palmer Tree Coalition would like to remind residents to water their trees. After several years of drought, trees in Colorado Springs could use a little extra TLC. Watering trees in fall and winter allows them to emerge healthier in the spring.  Drought-stressed trees are vulnerable to disease, insect infestations, branch dieback, or even total loss.

Watering recommendations:

·         Water to a depth of 12” below the soil surface.

·         Water slowly to saturate soil within the ‘drip-line’ of the tree canopy.  Move the hose around for large trees.

·         Give the same amount of water year round - 10 gallons per inch of tree diameter 1-2 times per month.  An easy rule of thumb is to measure the tree trunk diameter at knee height and water for 5 minutes per inch.

·         For more information:

o   http://www.coopext.colostate.edu/4DMG/Trees/caring.htm

o   http://www.csu.org/residential/water/Documents/item14204.pdf

A healthy urban forest cools our streets and homes, reduces noise, provides aesthetic value and wildlife habitat, absorbs carbon dioxide and pollutants, and reduces storm run-off. Help keep our urban forest healthy and water your trees.

The Palmer Tree Coalition is a Friends Group supporting the work of Colorado Springs City Forestry. For more information on the Palmer Tree Coalition and its spring tree planting programs, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or call 520-7679.