Good for the four Sedgwick County commissioners who voted Wednesday to approve an agreement with the Kansas Department of Transportation and the city of Wichita to rebuild the dangerous interchange at Kellogg and I-235 – including Commissioner Richard Ranzau, whose opposition had helped stall the deal for a week. With the county on record as covering the local match for 10 percent of the first phase of the project, area commuters are assured the interchange won’t remain a white-knuckle ride forever.
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