Some residents of Rolling Hills Retirement Community got a visit from a couple of groups Wednesday morning.
Lindsay Shively from 13 News stopped by to talk about her morning duties and give a few details about her co-workers.
Then, Jim Deines, a volunteer with Fix Topeka Streets, stopped by to talk about the half-cent sales tax question which appears on the April 7th ballot. Dienes talked about why his group feels the tax hike is the best way to pay for street, curb and sidewalk improvements in the Capital City. Fix Topeka Streets says such repairs can't be put off any longer.
Opponents to the tax hike say it's bad for business and would bring in more money than necessary.
Election day is April 7th. Advance voting is already underway.