At today's meeting the Wichita City Council may schedule a Nov. 3 public hearing that would rise above the routine. If Mayor Carl Brewer and the council decide to proceed with the controversial proposal to lease the former Boys & Girls Club at 21st and Grove for use as a satellite of the Lord's Diner (Broadway site in photo), they should do so with full information from both advocates and opponents in the neighborhood. The need seems undeniable, especially given Wichita's jobless numbers. But so does the concern about whether the charity will end up being as much of a detriment as an asset to the high-profile corridor, which has been the subject of so many economic development dollars and dreams. To maximize the opportunity for input, might the city's public hearing be held after work hours?