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An event to define the scope and possible solutions to Wichita's long-term water challenges.


Examining Wichita's Water Future
An event to define the scope and possible solutions to Wichita's long-term water challenges.
Mon, 21 Jul 2014 16:07:44 +0000
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“'We’re just trying to get all of these different perspectives in the same room and not in a debate format. We want to talk about if there is a problem, what is the scope of the problem and what are some possible solutions,'” said James Franko, vice president and policy director for KPI."

http://www.kansas.com/2014/07/15/3553660/community-forum-planned-on-future.html#storylink=cpy

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Community forum planned on future of Wichita’s water | Wichita Eagle
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The Kansas Policy Institute, a conservative Wichita nonprofit organization, is hosting a community forum about Wichita’s water future from 8 a.m. to noon on Thursday at the Wichita State Metropolitan Complex, Room 132, according to a news release.
Tue, 15 Jul 2014 16:00:24 +0000
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What are the solutions to Wichita's water challenges? Next Thursday in Wichita attend a free event to find out. Wichita city officials, Kansas Water Office, and other experts discuss.

http://kansaspolicy.org/Events/118507.aspx?view=c


Wichita Water Conference
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State experts, the City of Wichita, and local leaders will gather to explore scope of Wichita's water needs and possible solutions. Confirmed speakers: Kansas Water Office, City Councilman Pete Meitzner, Wichita Dir. of Public Works Alan King,
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Advisory Council
KPI's Advisory Council consists of business and community leaders from around the state. The Council supports the work of KPI by serving as an extension of the Board of Trustees and staff in understanding the issues facing Kansas. Members share KPI's work through their individual networks and raise awareness about the need to protect personal liberty and individual freedom.

Most importantly, the Council provides regular feedback to KPI about the issues facing Kansans in the members' hometown, industry, and across the state.

Brian Everist - Mission Hills
Brian D. Everist is president and CEO of Intercontinental Engineering-Manufacturing Corp. Intercon is a 55 year-old manufacturing firm headquartered  in Kansas City, MO with additional facilities in Louisiana; the company traces it roots to several family-owned businesses dating back to 1876. Intercon specializes in the design, fabrication, machining, and assembly of heavy machinery while serving the defense, heavy industry, and marine transportation markets. Mr. Everist has previously served as a board member with Commerce Bank of Kansas City and TSM Services, Inc. and currently serves on the board of Tower Properties Company. He is also active in the community as a past member of both the Business Council Steering Committee at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and the Young Presidents’ Organization. He is a 1973 graduate of Harvard University and earned his MBA from the University of Chicago in 1977.

David Harvey - Overland Park

Ethelmae Humphreys
- Joplin, Missouri
Ethelmae C. Humphreys, a graduate of the University of Kansas, is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of TAMKO Building Products, Inc., a family business founded by her father in 1944.  In addition to her duties at TAMKO, she is the president of two family foundations:  the E. L. Craig Foundation and the J. P. Humphreys Foundation.  She currently serves on the boards of the Cato Institute, the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, and the Foundation for Economic Education.  She is the widow of J.P. Humphreys, an active advocate for liberty and free markets.  They had three children.

Ron Nolan - Louisburg
Mr. Nolan founded Nolan Real Estate Services, Inc. in 1972 as a firm specializing in the multi-family and hospitality industries. NRES provides a full-range of services including acquisitions and due diligence analysis, asset and property management, and disposition and consultation. It currently serves as the management affiliate of KCVG and maintains a regional office in Phoenix, Arizona and has over 300 employees while managing over 9,500 units nationwide. Mr. Nolan is a 1964 graduation of the Miami University of Ohio.

Priscilla O'Shaughnessy -
Wichita

Nick Powell -
Mission Hills

Colby Sandlian - Wichita
Colby B. Sandlian has been in the commercial investment real estate business for a career spanning over 57 years. His real estate career includes activities as a broker and investor/developer involved in all aspects of the real estate brokerage industry. He received the professional designation Certified Commercial Investment Member in 1969. Mr. Sandlian has been a member of the Society of Exchange Counselors since the early 1970's, and served as its President in 1981. The U-Stor mini-storage division of Sandlian Realty and Investments currently comprises 73 projects in twelve states, totaling in excess of four million square feet of self-storage facilities. In 2005 he was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Kansas CCIM Chapter and the Wichita State University Center for Real Estate.

Jon Schulte - Shawnee Mission
Mr. Schulte has over 30 years of experience in investment real estate and is currently a developer and partner with Cohen-Esrey Development and Cohen-Esrey Capital. He is primarily responsible for acquisition and rehabilitation of apartment projects throughout the Midwest. A licensed real estate broker in both Kansas and Missouri, Mr. Schulte also has national experience as a provider of consulting services to clients of Ernst & Young, L.L.P. Now specializing in affordable housing he previously worked on commercial and retail developments. Mr. Schulte is a Dean’s List graduate of the University of Missouri – Columbia’s Trulaske College of Business.

John Shawver - Wichita