City leaders in Pueblo are eager to make the Steel City a tourist hotspot.
At Monday’s city council meeting, developers briefed council on how a recent state tourism grant could boost out-of-state visitors. If the city approves the project, the money from the grant would go, in large part, toward expanding Pueblo’s convention center and building a downtown aquatic center and water park.
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