Seneca welcomes grant and seeks loan

July 31, 2013

Seneca’s elected leaders took actions last night to welcome an outside grant that’s going to help the city facilitate its move to electric-powered passenger buses. In their special meeting, the mayor and council also agreed to seek a $13 million state loan to pay for utility system improvements. Mayor Alexander and City Administrator Dietterick have the authority to sign for a $1.8 million South Carolina DOT Livability Grant that will pay to help set up charging stations for the electric buses and the purchase of a fifth electric bus. At Dietterick’s request, the council approved a resolution to seek a State Revolving Fund loan to make improvements to the water plant and electric system upgrades.

 

 

 

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