The 18-page document makes the city leadership’s pitch for the economic development fund, saying that Wichita – despite a skilled but aging workforce, a central location and an improving tax structure – is outmanned as it bids to keep high-paying jobs and recruit more to the city.
The 18-page document makes the city leadership’s pitch for the economic development fund, saying that Wichita – despite a skilled but aging workforce, a central location and an improving tax structure – is outmanned as it bids to keep high-paying jobs and recruit more to the city. File photo
The 18-page document makes the city leadership’s pitch for the economic development fund, saying that Wichita – despite a skilled but aging workforce, a central location and an improving tax structure – is outmanned as it bids to keep high-paying jobs and recruit more to the city. File photo

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