As Wichita prepares to award a large construction contract, let's hope the city acts in an ethical manner this time.
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Wichita City Council Member Jeff Longwell
A Wichita Eagle headline reads "Wichita aircraft supplier plans 45 new jobs with $7.5 million bond request," but important information is buried and incomplete.
Currently there is discussion in Wichita on whether higher education is valued by residents. Following, from April 2011, a look at the educational achievement of the Wichita City Council.
We have a lot of neat stuff in Wichita. Other cities do, too.
A lawsuit claims that when the City of Wichita refinanced its special assessment bonds, it should have passed on the savings to the affected taxpayers, and it did not do that.
The end of a Sedgwick County Commission election, the *Wichita Eagle* editorializes on school spending and more taxes, and Wichita Mayor Jeff Longwell seems misinformed on the Wichita economy.
On a televised call-in show, Wichita Mayor Jeff Longwell is proud of the performance of the city in growing jobs.
Wichita continues to decline in economic vitality, compared to other areas.
The growth of population in Wichita compared to other areas.
The City of Wichita proposes to extend a baseball consulting contract without public explanation or discussion.
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.
The Wichita City Council authorized the spending of a lot of money without discussion.
John Todd explains how cities in Kansas are seeking additional power to seize property, and tells us why we should oppose this legislation.
Following the Wichita Mayor, the Chair of the Sedgwick County Commission speaks on economic development.
A column written by Wichita Mayor Jeff Longwell ignores the reality of Wichita's economy.
Local governments in Kansas are again seeking expanded power to seize property.
Wichita leaders are proud of our region's economic growth. Here are the numbers.
Wichita's economic development agency asks for assistance in developing its focus and strategies.
In Community Improvement Districts (CID), merchants charge additional sales tax for the benefit of the property owners, instead of the general public. Wichita may have an additional three, contributing to the problem of CID sprawl.