Ann Murguia and Mark Holland, arguably the two most powerful politicians in Wyandotte County, have often sparred over what he sees as her conflict of interest and what she sees as his odd obsession. They are at it again in an enclave where cronyism and self-dealing were supposed to be things of the past after the 1997 consolidation of city and county government.
Ann Murguia and Mark Holland, arguably the two most powerful politicians in Wyandotte County, have often sparred over what he sees as her conflict of interest and what she sees as his odd obsession. They are at it again in an enclave where cronyism and self-dealing were supposed to be things of the past after the 1997 consolidation of city and county government.
Ann Murguia and Mark Holland, arguably the two most powerful politicians in Wyandotte County, have often sparred over what he sees as her conflict of interest and what she sees as his odd obsession. They are at it again in an enclave where cronyism and self-dealing were supposed to be things of the past after the 1997 consolidation of city and county government.

In Kansas City, Kan., Ann Murguia calls it advocacy, but Mark Holland calls it conflict

August 15, 2015 04:20 PM