Is the pursuit of intergovernmental grants wise? Would local governments fund certain programs if the money was not seen as "free?"
Posts tagged as “Richard Ranzau”
Sedgwick County Commissioner Richard Ranzau
Remarks from a candidate for Sedgwick County Commission call for presenting a unified front to the public.
From the Wichita Pachyderm Club: Sedgwick County Commission candidates Richard Ranzau and Hugh Nicks. These are Republicans vying for the District 4 nomination.
Sedgwick County Commissioner Richard Ranzau joins Karl Peterjohn and Bob Weeks to discuss Sedgwick County government issues, including allegations of misconduct by a commission member and the possibility of a Tyson chicken plant.
From the Wichita Pachyderm Club: A panel presentation on the topic "Why I Am a Republican."
Sedgwick County Commissioner Richard Ranzau joins Bob Weeks and Karl Peterjohn to discuss current issues in Sedgwick County government.
By moving to end motions and debate, the Sedgwick County Commission isn’t effectively serving citizens and taxpayers. Yesterday’s meeting of the Sedgwick County Commission offered…
Tomorrow the Sedgwick County Commission will consider raising its limit on borrowing for reasons which need to be revealed, and then carefully examined.
A filing by a group seeking to recall a county commissioner declares "facts" that can't possibly be known at this time.
Sedgwick County Commission Chairman Richard Ranzau spoke about Returning Core American Values to Sedgwick County before a luncheon audience of the Wichita Pachyderm Club Friday, August 28, 2015.
Sedgwick County taxpayers have been generous with funding for Wichita Area Technical College, and the former county manager has recommended reducing its funding.
WichitaLiberty.TV: Sedgwick County Commissioners Karl Peterjohn and Richard Ranzau
Despite their differences, two members of the Sedgwick County Commission have endorsed Sam Williams for Wichita Mayor.
The issue of awarding an economic development incentive reveals much as to why the Wichita-area economy has not grown.
In Wichita and Sedgwick County, can we run government like a business? Should we even try? Do our leaders think there is a difference?
In Sedgwick County, an unlikely hero emerges after the November election. Then, what is the trend in Kansas school employment and spending, and what do voters think has happened? Finally, do you know how to make a simple lead pencil?
In Sedgwick County, an unlikely hero emerges in the battle for capitalism over cronyism.
Here’s a map I created of the vote percentage received by Republican candidates by precinct in the two Sedgwick County Commission districts that were contested.
A look at some of the primary elections results this week. What did voters say, and what should we look for in the November general election and the future past that?