It’s good to see the city of Wichita and the Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce both advocating for restoration of state funding for the National Center for Aviation Training, a priority that also received a lot of stated support at Thursday’s legislative forum. The Legislature docked NCAT’s $5 million funding for the current fiscal year by $2 million, and carried forward that funding level for fiscal 2015. That move, which forced NCAT to pull back on equipment and training, was at the inexplicable urging of some area lawmakers – and at an especially poor time for the state to be undermining its commitment to high-level aviation and other technical training.
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