Editorials

January 13, 2012 5:00 AM

Promising new life

The price may not seem right to everybody, given the gap between the $1.5 million sales price and an outdated $22 million valuation. The no-bid process was no model either. But Sedgwick County’s sale of the Kansas Coliseum complex to Wichita developer Johnny Stevens invests the dated facility with a promising new life while keeping a public promise.

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