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Seneca tree ordinance discussed
02/22/2021

(KMZA)--A change is being proposed to Seneca's tree ordinance.

The Seneca City Council discussed the ordinance when they met last week.

The Council decided to give property owners 30 days to clear or trim obstructive trees or branches instead of the 10 days that is now required by the current ordinance.

The Council will have the city attorney revise the ordinance and bring it back to the council for approval.

In other business, the council approved the purchase of a software program for the Recreation Department, on a one-year trial basis, for $2,000.

The software program will make it easier for residents who want to participate in city organized sports and other activities to sign up for those activities.

The Council also approved a proposal to create the position of pool manager.  Previously, the Rrecreation Department head was also the pool manager.

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