The reported number of jobs in Downtown Wichita rose in 2018, but there is an issue with the data.
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Wichita City Council Member Jeff Longwell
Wichita should consider discarding the water plant contract in order to salvage its reputation and respect for process.
Wichita Mayor Jeff Longwell says there is no corruption involving him, but this is only because of loose and sloppy Kansas and Wichita laws.
Wichita Mayor Jeff Longwell urges Wichitans to reach out to him with questions through email and social media.
An ad from the Jeff Longwell for Mayor Committee contains a false claim.
There are eight major lessons for Wichita voters when they cast their ballots on or before November 5, 2019, concerning the revelations of favoritism involving the mayor, apparently a majority of the city council, and a number of Wichita businesses and businessmen concerning a proposed massive city water plant contract that is close to half a billion dollars, writes Karl Peterjohn.
The Wichita city council will consider expanding an existing TIF, or tax increment financing district.
Citizens may not have noticed that a campaign contributor to Wichita Mayor Jeff Longwell received a large benefit from the city this week.
When pursuing a large Wichita city contract, did the winning company lobby all council members, or primarily Mayor Jeff Longwell?
From the Wichita Pachyderm Club this week: Wichita mayoral candidates Jeff Longwell and Brandon Whipple. This audio presentation or podcast was recorded on September 27, 2019.
Despite heavy promotion and investment in downtown Wichita, the number of jobs continues to decline.
Details of the Wichita baseball stadium land deal were an issue at the first Wichita mayoral debate.
Here are an interactive map and table of results of the Wichita mayoral primary election, August 6, 2019.
The City of Wichita and Mayor Jeff Longwell shouldn't be using flimsy evidence that is contrary to actual economic data.
Mistakes on Wichita Mayor Jeff Longwell's Facebook campaign page are troubling.
A city hall news event sought to counter a news story that highlighted problems with Wichita's water supply, but it seemed more like a political campaign event.
It is unfortunate that Wichita city and metro populations are falling. It is unimaginable that our city's top leader is not aware of the latest population trends.
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.
Wichita Mayor Jeff Longwell's State of the City video relies on flimsy evidence and plucks scant good news from a sea of bad. This is a problem.