New Seneca City Council member sworn in

Seneca City Hall

(KMZA)--A new member officially joined the Seneca City Council Wednesday evening.

Kris Enneking took her seat on the Council after being sworn in by City Clerk Michelle Spring at the beginning of the meeting to fill the unexpired term of former 2nd Ward Councilwoman Alice Lackey, who resigned effective September 21st. The term expires in 2025.

The Council selected Enneking to fill the position at their October 4 meeting from among three individuals expressing an interest.

Discussion was held on the proposed outdoor fitness court project, with an informational meeting to be held on the project.

City Parks and Recreation Director/Community Development Director Jordan Weaver will hold the meeting Monday evening, October 30, from 6:30 to 7:30 at City Hall. The meeting will be a come-and-go opportunity for people to ask questions, and voice concerns as well as show their support.

The city was recently notified it has been selected for a $50,000 grant to help fund the estimated $200,000 court, contingent on the city securing the additional funding needed.

The city has pledged $50,000 toward the project and is working to find the additional financial support.

A site east of the Aquatic Center parking lot is proposed for the court, a 38-by 38-foot square of outdoor exercise fixtures developed by the National Fitness Campaign.

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