Seneca’s drive for additional seats on the policy-making board of the Joint Regional Sewer Authority apparently will now play out in the individual council chambers of the member-cities. What loomed as the potential for an open fight failed to materialize during the JRSA annual meeting. As expected, Seneca attorney Michael Smith made Seneca’s request official. Seneca requested the authority board be re-apportioned to reflect Seneca’s 63% share of the annual treatment costs. While meeting attendees were talking about it among themselves as they left Seneca’s Gignilliat Center, there was no discussion on the floor. And, afterward, JRSA attorney Lowell Ross told 96.3/WGOG NEWS that’s in keeping with the agreement establishing the authority, indicating that the proper forum to consider Seneca’s request will be meetings of the municipal councils for the member-cities.