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Streets in Wichita neighborhoods getting facelifts

After the sale of the Hyatt Regency Wichita to Phil Ruffin last year, the Wichita City Council allocated $10 million of the proceeds to improve the city's residential streets. The work throughout Wichita is scheduled to last about two years. (September 2017)
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