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Seneca ball field concession stand project moves forward

(KMZA)--The Seneca City Council has voted to move forward with a concession stand project at Swisher Field.

The council took the action when they meet last week after reviewing bids received for the project and funding available. The total project cost is placed at $189,450.

Stephen Stallbaumer Construction will provide the majority of the labor, but city maintenance employees will finish the interior walls, insulate and paint.

The majority of funding for the project will come from a $100,000 donation from John and Janie Kramer. The city of Seneca will provide $50,950. The Seneca American Legion will contribute $20,000 and Nemaha Central USD 115 will contribute $15,000.

Plans have been developed of a two-story building, which will include restrooms.

Seneca City Administrator Tammi Haverkamp said the project is expected to be completed in time for the high school baseball season, which begins in mid-March.

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