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The Wichita City Council has scheduled a Nov. 20 public hearing on the topic of possible tax increment financing for a developer who wants to build a bowling and entertainment complex at Kellogg and Maize Rd.
Ray Baty of JOMA Bowling Centers in Wichita objected to the public hearing, saying that considering TIF financing for one of his competitors is unfair. Baty said outside the meeting that his company, which operates three bowling alleys in Wichita, pays its taxes and gets no special favors from local goverment.
The 86-acre development would include a large bowling alley, a hotel, restaurants and office space.