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May 1, 2012 5:00 AM

Residents tell Wichita officials: Make changes, but don’t cut vital bus service

Wichita residents called for sensible solutions Monday night for closing a $540,000 budget shortfall facing Wichita Transit: Bring on a sales tax increase, eliminate the buses’ Wi-Fi service, change to a grid busing system, and cut funding to other city-funded projects.

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