Colorado Springs: City releases review results regarding complaint about mayoral campaign ad

~ The City Attorney's Office concluded their review on Friday, March 10 of a complaint filed against mayoral candidate Wayne Williams' campaign. The complaint alleged that the campaign had violated city code by using images of Colorado Springs firefighters and facilities in an advertisement.

After the City Clerk's Office and Human Resources Department conducted a review, it was determined that there were no reasonable grounds to establish a violation of city code § 5.2.303 or initiate enforcement action in Municipal Court. The review found that no City resources were used to film the equipment, personnel, buildings, or logos of the Colorado Springs Fire Department contained in the advertisement. The review materials are available for download online.

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