DALLAS – Colorado Springs has approved refunding $110 million of combined utility system revenue bonds as the city studies the possibility of selling or leasing its electric power system to a private operator.

The city council approved the refunding on Tuesday but has not announced a date for the bond sale.  The council serves as the board for the combined water and electric utility board.

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