Good for leaders at the Statehouse and the Sedgwick County commissioners for trying to reduce costs by trimming the time spent in session. Legislative leaders of both parties have endorsed plans to shave 10 days off the usual 90-day session, which would mean not pushing the usual big decisions to the wrap-up session and risking overtime. And next week the Sedgwick County Commission begins its schedule of one fewer meeting a month, which will save about $10,000 a year in TV broadcasting costs as it frees up staff time. Both changes will require better planning and efficiency, to ensure they don’t lead to rushed and bad decisions or missed deadlines. But taxpayers can applaud the efforts to save money by meeting less.
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