Special Districts Must Disclose How They Spend Public Money, Court of Appeals Says

Article featuring Ian Speir

Dated: May 3, 2020

Complete Colorado: A lawsuit filed in El Paso County District Court Friday against Interquest North Business Improvement District (INBID) by Timothy Leonard, President of the Deepwater Point Company, alleges that the quasi-governmental special district has “repeatedly failed to disclose public documents.”

Leonard represents several business owners in the development who are concerned about the practices of the INBID Board of Directors and management company.

The special district controls public improvements on 106 acres of land on the north side of Interquest Parkway just east of Interstate 25 that includes hotels, movie theaters, restaurants, fast-food outlets, banks, the Great Wolf Lodge and the new Scheels All Sports store being built just south of Federal Drive.

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