The Colorado Springs Utilities Board has a packed agenda Wednesday.
But some of the critical documents still aren’t available online.
On Monday, the Gazette requested the documents from Colorado Springs Utilities, which said Tuesday that one of the reports may not be available until Wednesday.
“I just spoke to (Corporate Communications Manager Mark Murphy), and he said they are working on getting the missing items from the agenda,” spokeswoman Cheron Cole said in an email.
“The financial piece will most likely be tomorrow morning, but the other items they are waiting to hear back on when we can get those,” she wrote.
The agenda states that a quarterly report on contracts over $50,000 will be provided prior to the meeting.
Some goes for a presentation on the Martin Drake Power Plant downtown.
The agenda states that “staff will present an overview of a work plan to evaluate alternatives for retirement of the Drake Power Plant over the next 10-20 years, including the costs and potential economic development options associated with retiring the plant.”
A presentation on budgeting and financial planning will be provided during the meeting, the agenda states.