Kellett controversy moves to city meeting
The controversy over whether Seneca should build its utilities complex in the midst of a residential neighborhood will be taken up during tonight’s regular city council meeting. According to the agenda, there is to be discussion and a possible motion. At a protest meeting last week, two Seneca officials laid out their hopes for a compromise. “….As to is it a done deal, I think that’s what we’re still trying to find out. Can we get out and, if so, how much,” City Attorney Michael Smith said at the meeting. It’s that kind of information city leaders expected to have ready for tonight’s meeting. It’ll be a meeting, also, that’ll give residents of Adams subdivision and others a chance to speak directly to the mayor and the full city council. “There’s a five-minute limit per speaker, but you can ask whatever you want to ask,” Smith said.