WICHITA — More than 90 people could lose their special parking privileges at the airport in Wichita under a measure about to be decided by city leaders.
The Wichita Eagle reports the city council is to vote Tuesday on new parking rules at Wichita Eisenhower National Airport.
The proposal designates that only Wichita city officials and employees will get the passes allowing for free parking in the airport’s public lots, and even then only when they’re on public business.
The change is to drop the number of VIP parking passes from 113 last year to less than 27.
Holders of the passes have included former members of city staff, 13 members of the airport’s advisory board, Congress members and staffers, and current and former Sedgwick County commissioners.