The City of Wichita will soon be flooded with data regarding downtown convention and performing arts facilities. Past experience should warn us to be skeptical.
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In this episode of WichitaLiberty.TV: Wichita economic development, one more untold story. The arrival of Uber is a pivotal moment for Wichita. Fact-checking Yes Wichita on paved streets.
In a videographed meeting that is part of a comprehensive planning process, Wichitans openly question the process, repeatedly asking for an end to cronyism and secrecy at city hall.
The Wichita Metropolitan Area Planning Commission approves the plan for downtown Wichita, despite learning of unreliable data used in the plan.
Today: Wichita city council, Wichita Pachyderm Club, Politics, Downtown Wichita revitalization, Wichita Metropolitan Area Planning Commission, Taxation, Education, United States Congress, Term limits.
At yesterday's meeting of the Wichita Metropolitan Area Planning Commission, a mix of politics and policy resulted in protection of a Wichita non-profit's market, but at the loss of convenience to Wichitans.
The issue is about 65 red clothing recycling bins operated by American Recyclers of Tulsa. These bins are in violation of Wichita city code, which states that bins like these -- called curbside recycling -- can't be used for the recycling of clothing. They may be used for the recycling of other items.