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Grant Sought for New Seneca Senior Center
09/13/2017

(KMZA)--A grant is being sought for the construction of a new senior citizens center and public transit building in Seneca.

Nemaha County Senior Services and Public Transit Director Diane Yunghans informed County Commissioners Monday that she has applied for a just over $314,00 grant through the Kansas Department of Transportation for the project.

Yunghans presented a preliminary floor plan for about a 50 by 90 foot building.

If the grant is awarded and enough donations are received from the public, plans are to construct the building just east of the Pioneer Building.

The grant requires a ten percent local match, with the county’s match being donation of the land where the building is to be constructed.

The total estimated project cost is placed at just over $698,000.

Yunghans says she hopes to hear back from KDOT later this month or the first week of October.

 

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