City Council member Pete Meitzner, left, Kevin Mullen, who is one of the people who donated land for the Stryker Soccer Complex, and Wichita Sports Forum partner Tymber Lee, right, hope to make substantial upgrades to the complex. They may seek STAR bonds to help with the project.
City Council member Pete Meitzner, left, Kevin Mullen, who is one of the people who donated land for the Stryker Soccer Complex, and Wichita Sports Forum partner Tymber Lee, right, hope to make substantial upgrades to the complex. They may seek STAR bonds to help with the project. Fernando Salazar The Wichita Eagle
City Council member Pete Meitzner, left, Kevin Mullen, who is one of the people who donated land for the Stryker Soccer Complex, and Wichita Sports Forum partner Tymber Lee, right, hope to make substantial upgrades to the complex. They may seek STAR bonds to help with the project. Fernando Salazar The Wichita Eagle
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