The one thing worse than failing to provide public input, is pretending to provide public input. That’s exactly what the state of Kansas and the City of Wichita are doing in regards to the city’s proposal to increase its allocation of water, as well as its draw down limit on the Equus beds. The state’s chief water engineer, David Barfield made a joint presentation with
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