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Wichita mayor returns from Washington, D.C.
WICHITA, Kan. (KNSS) - Wichita Mayor Jeff Longwell was in the nation's capital last week ... meeting with federal agencies. Longwell tells KNSS News a City operation that pumps excess Arkansas River water down into the aquifer below
ground could use some federal help. Longwell says the city is hoping to get "20 or 25 million dollars" to offset the city's cost on the water recycling program. The project aids much of central Kansas, but the citizens of Wichita have been footing 100% of the bill.
Longwell commented during "Monday with the Mayor" on the Steve and Ted Show ... on KNSS.