City Council candidates who favor keeping Century II agreed that it’s an iconic part of Wichita that should be preserved unless there’s a public vote to get rid of it.
City Council candidates who favor keeping Century II agreed that it’s an iconic part of Wichita that should be preserved unless there’s a public vote to get rid of it. Bo Rader File photo
City Council candidates who favor keeping Century II agreed that it’s an iconic part of Wichita that should be preserved unless there’s a public vote to get rid of it. Bo Rader File photo

Council candidates weigh in on saving or razing Century II

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