From the Wichita Pachyderm Club: Speakers promoting the saving of the Century II Convention and Performing Arts Center in downtown Wichita.
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From the Wichita Pachyderm Club: Speakers promoting the saving of the Century II convention and performing arts center in downtown Wichita.
An ad from the Jeff Longwell for Mayor Committee contains a false claim.
The Wichita city council will consider expanding an existing TIF, or tax increment financing district.
The amending of a retail lease tells us a lot about the economics of downtown Wichita.
Citizens may not have noticed that a campaign contributor to Wichita Mayor Jeff Longwell received a large benefit from the city this week.
Wichita economic development officials use a convoluted method of estimating the population of downtown Wichita, producing a number much higher than Census Bureau estimates.
Despite heavy promotion and investment in downtown Wichita, the number of jobs continues to decline.
A visualization of jobs and employment data for zip code 67202, which is downtown Wichita. The United States Census Bureau has a program known as…
He had an opportunity to learn the true history of Naftzger Park in downtown Wichita. But Mayor Jeff Longwell didn't learn, or maybe he doesn't care.
A surprise deal that has been withheld from citizens will be considered by the Wichita City Council this week.
The Wichita Eagle editorial board notices problems with a survey gathering feedback on Century II.
The cost of fixing an oversight in the design of Naftzger Park in downtown Wichita is rising, and again we're not to talk about it, even though there are troubling aspects.
An incentive program in Wichita should cause us to question why investment in Wichita is not feasible without subsidy.
The cost of the Naftzger Park makeover is rising, will be paid for with borrowed funds, and possibly handled without public discussion.
The Douglas Design District proposes to transform from a voluntary business organization to a tax-funded branch of government (but doesn't say so).
The Project Wichita survey is about to end. Will it have collected useful data?
Project Wichita co-chairs join Bob Weeks to explain the goals and process of Project Wichita.
Wichita continues to decline in economic vitality, compared to other areas.
We can understand self-serving politicians and bureaucrats. It's what they do. But a city's newspaper editorial board ought to be concerned with the truth.