Seneca has received responses from seven companies in its project to convert a former school into a new home for utilities offices and warehousing. According to Bob Faires, utilities director, the seven have submitted RFQs—requests for qualifications. The task at hand is to re-adapt most of the former Kellett Elementary School on Seneca’s southside to the new Light and Water headquarters. Faires says Light and Water billing offices will remain at City Hall. Once Light and Water makes its move, look for the city’s Planning and Community Development offices to take over the space Faires will vacate on City Hall’s ground floor.