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Southwest Mobile Storage is a family-owned shipping container business founded in 1995. Our strength for more than 25 years comes from the specialized knowledge and passion of our people, along with serving over 24,000 commercial, construction and residential customers. Our 90,000 sq. ft. facility and expertise in maintaining, manufacturing, and delivering corrugated steel containers are unrivaled in the industry.

While the rental side of our business is regional, with branches throughout the Southwest, our container sales and modification operations are nationwide and becoming global. Colorado Springs, CO, offers a wide selection of portable offices and mobile storage containers you can rent, buy or modify.

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When you choose mobile storage containers over traditional storage facilities, you get more space for less, plus the convenience of onsite, 24/7 access to your valuables. And if you can't keep a container at your location, we offer you the flexibility to store it at our place instead. Rest assured, our high-quality storage containers will keep your items safe from weather, pests and break-ins. When you need to rent, buy or modify mobile storage containers in Colorado Springs, CO, look no further than Southwest Mobile Storage.

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When you own a business or manage one, it's crucial to have efficient, affordable ways to store inventory and supplies, whether it's to grow your business or adapt to changes in the market. Renting or buying storage containers to keep at your business eliminates the cost and hassles of sending your staff to offsite storage facilities. If you're in need of a custom conex solution, we'll modify shipping containers into whatever you need to grow your business. Whether it's new paint with your branding, a durable container laboratory for scientific research, or mobile wastewater treatment units,our unrivaled fabrication facility and modification expertshave you covered.

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Our ground-mounted mobile offices provide comfortable, temperature-controlled workspace without the extra expenses associated with portable office trailers, like stairs, metal skirting or setup and removal fees. Whether you only need one workspace, storage to go with it, or separate rooms in one container, we've got you covered. With our 500 years of combined container fabrication experience, rest easy knowing your mobile office is of the highest quality craftsmanship when you choose Southwest Mobile Storage.

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Colorado Springs Fire Chief complains about councilwoman’s “tone” and “behavior”

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) - Colorado Springs Fire Chief Randy Royal raised "concerns" about elected Councilwoman Lynette Crow-Iverson's "tone" and "behavior" during the presentation of the now failed proposal to start a government-run ambulance service.KRDO13 Investigates obtained the fire chief's email to Council President Randy Helms. Royal sent it three days after the council rejected his proposal to launch an EMS enterprise. Royal copied Crow-Iverson, one of five council members who vote...

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) - Colorado Springs Fire Chief Randy Royal raised "concerns" about elected Councilwoman Lynette Crow-Iverson's "tone" and "behavior" during the presentation of the now failed proposal to start a government-run ambulance service.

KRDO13 Investigates obtained the fire chief's email to Council President Randy Helms. Royal sent it three days after the council rejected his proposal to launch an EMS enterprise. Royal copied Crow-Iverson, one of five council members who voted against the city start-up.

The fire chief described Crow-Iverson's questioning of the proposal's financial aspects as "disrespectful" and "derogatory." Royal's concerns included "the tone" the councilwoman used, adding Crow-Iverson was "not allowing" speakers to finish their answers and "being accusatory" about their answers.

"The community counts on City Council to ask the hard questions when we're vetting proposals that would have far-reaching effects," Crow-Iverson explained to KRDO13 Investigates. "The vote didn't go how Royal wanted, and I was one of the councilmembers who voted no. I give him grace because he was obviously upset with the loss."

Last week, KRDO13 Investigates reported on what appears to be a growing rift over the vote between the city council members, the mayor, and the fire chief.

Mayor Yemi Mobolade and Fire Chief Randy Royal said a city-operated ambulance division would mean faster response times and a lower cost for residents than American Medical Response (AMR), the city's current EMS provider. However, the council members who voted against the proposal expressed concerns that it could cost the city tax dollars instead of supporting itself.

"According to his letter, Chief Royal took special exception to the questions I asked of Mitch Holder. Holder works for Digitech, a billing company that helped CSFD prepare its revenue projections, which many of us, including the City Auditor, found to be overly optimistic. My concern was that Digitech may have been telling CSFD what they wanted to hear about likely revenues in order to get the ambulance billing contract. For that reason, I asked Holder whether Digitech would recuse itself from bidding on it, as having a conflict of interest. That was an uncomfortable question for him, but it was important."

Lynette Crow-Iverson

KRDO13 Investigates contacted Chief Royal's office for an interview or comment about the email.

"If you look at the Chief’s email, his motivation was generated by others who came to him, both city employees and citizens, who shared their concerns after viewing the council meeting. These concerns aligned with the Chief’s own observations. Additionally, this concern was not directed at one interaction with one individual, but with the various presenters, and in fact, no one is specifically named in the email. Also, it had nothing to do with the vote itself, as the Chief understands that not all votes or decisions will be in the department’s favor and dealing with differing opinions is part of dealing with politics. If was purely focused on the tone and management of the specific interactions. The Chief did not address any other opposing council members interactions. He feels he addressed this situation appropriately with those involved and that he will continue to work in a positive manner with the council moving forward which has always been the case in the past."

Colorado Springs Fire Department Spokesperson Ashley Franco

After publishing this story, we received a copy of a text message Chief Royal sent Crow-Iverson before sending his email to Helms.

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Personal Injury Attorney Kim Welch Relocates to New Office in Colorado Springs; Invites Community to

Wed, Jul 10, 2024 at 1:00 PMKim Welch Law - Personal Injury & Accident Attorney, 132 E Las Animas St, Colorado Springs, CO, 80903More info hereColorado Springs, CO – June 18, 2024 – Kim Welch, a dedicated personal in...

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Colorado Springs, CO – June 18, 2024 – Kim Welch, a dedicated personal injury attorney with over 20 years of experience, is excited to announce the relocation of her office to a new, more accessible location in the heart of the city. To celebrate these significant milestones, Kim Welch Law will host an open house on July 10 from 1-5 pm, welcoming clients, colleagues, and community members to explore the new space and learn more about her practice.

As a former defense attorney for insurance companies, Kim Welch has unique insights and strategies that she leverages to secure the best possible outcomes for her clients. Known as a "Bulldog" for her tenacity and unwavering dedication, she now channels her talents into fighting for the rights of those who have suffered due to the negligence of others. Her practice areas include truck and auto accidents, slip and falls, pedestrian accidents, cycling accidents, motorcycle accidents, dog bites, and catastrophic injuries such as traumatic brain injuries.

Kim Welch’s new office is located at 132 E Las Animas St, Colorado Springs, CO 80903, a site chosen for its convenience and accessibility to better serve her clients. The open house event on July 10, from 1-5 p.m., will feature a tour of the new facilities, opportunities to meet Ms. Welch and her team, and refreshments for all attendees.

“I am thrilled to continue my journey in Colorado Springs,” said Kim Welch. “This community has been my home for over a decade, and I am deeply committed to contributing to its growth and well-being. Relocating my office is a testament to my dedication to providing the highest level of service to my clients, and I look forward to welcoming everyone to our new space.”

Hiring an experienced injury lawyer is crucial for those seeking compensation to return to their everyday lives after an accident and injury. Kim Welch’s extensive background and determination make her a formidable advocate for her clients, ensuring they receive the justice and compensation they deserve.

For more information about the open house event or to schedule a consultation with Kim Welch, please visit www.kimwelchlaw.com or contact her office at (888) 590-5510.

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About Kim Welch Law

Kim Welch is a seasoned personal injury attorney in Colorado Springs, known for her relentless advocacy and personalized approach to each case. With a background as a former insurance defense attorney, she has the knowledge and determination to fight for the best possible outcomes for her clients. Her new office is a reflection of her ongoing commitment to serving the Colorado Springs community. Visit her website at www.kimwelchlaw.com to learn more.

Wildfire mitigation specialist said Colorado Springs and Boulder are the highest wildfire risk areas in the state of Colorado

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) - The risks of wildfires are going up this time of year, and in the past six months since 2024 started, many wildfires have come to the forefront here in Colorado. A wildfire mitigation program specialist for the Colorado State Forest Service, Chad Julian, said he believes both Colorado Springs and Boulder are the highest wildfire risk areas in the state of Colorado.“When you’re in Colorado Springs or Boulder, those two areas of the Front Range can get the highest of downslope and mountain wa...

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) - The risks of wildfires are going up this time of year, and in the past six months since 2024 started, many wildfires have come to the forefront here in Colorado. A wildfire mitigation program specialist for the Colorado State Forest Service, Chad Julian, said he believes both Colorado Springs and Boulder are the highest wildfire risk areas in the state of Colorado.

“When you’re in Colorado Springs or Boulder, those two areas of the Front Range can get the highest of downslope and mountain wave wind events.” Julian said. “And when you match that type of wind up with grass, fuel, and fire next to values at risk, where the grass comes into those values at risk, it’s very easy for the fire to transfer in there.”

Comparing Colorado Springs to Pueblo, Julian said Pueblo is surrounded by grasslands, while Colorado Springs on the other hand has forests, trees, and timber very close to town and within it as well. This is where he said all the firebrands, and embers, can travel long distances, then land on a structure, and ignite it.

Recently, Monument has taken part in controlled and planned burning of oak brush, which is considered fire fuel, to prevent these damaging wildfires from happening and spreading out of control. Julian said over the years, the fuel profile has changed, which has increased these intense fires that have the potential to affect tree and plant reproduction.

Mike Petkash, KKTV’s chief photographer, whose house burned up in the 2012 Waldo Canyon Fire said the fire took out 346 homes in the Wildland Urban Interface. The aftermath after the forest fire was one of a wasteland.

“It’s like, wow, there’s no trees, all the vegetation is dead,” Petkash said. “There was hardly any deer, any wildlife, no birds, you would notice it too when you’d move back and you just heard construction of houses being built, but you didn’t hear birds chirping anymore, because there was nothing for them to come to.”

The wildfire mitigation specialist said structure and housing mitigation is one important component when trying to prevent these unpredictable and uncharacteristic wildfires from happening.

“When you’re in denser environments, what happens is your homes are so close, that your neighbor’s choices affect your home survivability,” Julian said. “And in those situations, you got to try to find a way to work better in community... together... and have the majority of you take these actions, to be those guards on the interface to not allow that fire to transfer in.”

With Colorado Springs forested areas, there’s a high density of trees, which can be a con when fighting and trying to prevent drastic wildfires.

“As long as there’s forests and trees at unnaturally high densities, and we don’t have frequent fire burning through them, we’re going to have a lot of trees out there,” Julian said. “And those trees when they catch on fire uncharacteristically, they’ll produce those firebrands that can come land into town way beyond where the interface is.”

The aftermath of the Waldo Canyon Fire showed that almost all of the Ponderosa pines were dead, along with other plant species. Animals whose habitats had been destroyed had to leave their home. Nevertheless, Julian said Colorado has taken big steps in replanting seedlings. The importance, however, is how the forest is restructured to ensure another uncharacteristic fire doesn’t happen again, or uncontrollably spread.

Mike Petkash, said there’s good news for the Wildland Urban Interface, with life starting to peak out of the grounds again.

“The only good news is like the grasses, the low-level plants, they’re starting to come back,” Petkash said. “Now if you go hiking up there, you’ll see plants and they’re starting to get, I guess, kind of mitigate the floods now. But still, it’s not what it used to be though, it’s a totally different landscape than it was.”

Cutting trees down is a great option for keeping these forests in check, however, Julian said it’s an expensive option with mechanical intervention and steep terrain. The surplus of wood also leaves concerns.

“What do you do with all this material, you know, if you burn all the material, that’s a lot to burn, and you have air quality issues, and you know there’s always perceptions of fire safety with prescribed fire with the public,” Julian said.

The best ways to handle this influx of uncharacteristic fires are up for discussion within oneself, the community, and the state.

Petkash said that things here in Colorado, have changed since he was a boy.

“The climate definitely feels like it’s changed since I was a little kid,” Petkash said. “It used to be more predictable. Now things seem a little bit harsher. Like hail storms, wildfires, we’d have maybe a forest fire to a year in Colorado... But now it’s like every year you can plan on a few forest fires, you can plan on it being close to towns.”

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This post was contributed by a community member. The views expressed here are the author's own.Colorado Springs|Local EventWed, Jun 26, 2024 at 2:00 PMOnline with Ent Credit UnionMore info hereLearn good money habits and debt repayment strategies so you’re re...

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