City of Wichita water treatment facility on Museum Blvd. Wichita is raising the price of water and sewer service for 2019, the first of what could be 30 years of annual rate hikes. The rates are rising now and in the future to pay for what is expected to be a half-billion dollar drinking-water treatment plant.
City of Wichita water treatment facility on Museum Blvd. Wichita is raising the price of water and sewer service for 2019, the first of what could be 30 years of annual rate hikes. The rates are rising now and in the future to pay for what is expected to be a half-billion dollar drinking-water treatment plant. Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle
City of Wichita water treatment facility on Museum Blvd. Wichita is raising the price of water and sewer service for 2019, the first of what could be 30 years of annual rate hikes. The rates are rising now and in the future to pay for what is expected to be a half-billion dollar drinking-water treatment plant. Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle

Senior Journalist Dion Lefler has been providing award-winning coverage of local government, politics and business in Wichita for 20 years. Dion hails from Los Angeles, where he worked for the LA Daily News, the Pasadena Star-News and other papers. He’s a father of twins, director of lay servant ministries in the United Methodist Church and plays second base for the Old Cowtown vintage baseball team.