“It’ll all work out, I promise”

November 27, 2013

In a City Hall work session last night, the Seneca Council received an update on the Kellett Project. Mayor Pro-tem Ronnie O’Kelley, a city representative on the committee, said he considered the committee’s first meeting productive. Last week’s meeting of Seneca leaders and members of the Adams subdivision was conducted as a brain-storming meeting in search of ideas aimed at what O’Kelley referred to as a final solution of the controversy over whether Seneca should drop plans to build a utilities complex in a residential neighborhood. Ideas put forth at that meeting were put in writing and handed out to the full council. According to O’Kelley, it’ll be council’s decision what to do. In front of an audience dotted by Adams residents, O’Kelley ended his report by saying, “It’ll work out, I promise.”

 

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