Senior center soars







Construction on the Oneonta senior center moves briskly earlier this week with the setting of roof trusses by the crane shown. The building is on pace to reach completion by late November, according to city manager Ed Lowe. The 3900-square-foot building is expected to finish on budget at roughly $533,000, he said. “The contractor, Adams Building Company, has done a good job and has been easy to work with,” Lowe said. The building will contain a large, multi-purpose, common room, a kitchen, separate activities area, reinforced safe room, and office spaces. It replaces the current senior center location on Jack Fendley Drive, across from Woodland Park. – Ron Gholson

Construction on the Oneonta senior center moves briskly earlier this week with the setting of roof trusses by the crane shown. The building is on pace to reach completion by late November, according to city manager Ed Lowe. The 3900-square-foot building is expected to finish on budget at roughly $533,000, he said. “The contractor, Adams Building Company, has done a good job and has been easy to work with,” Lowe said. The building will contain a large, multi-purpose, common room, a kitchen, separate activities area, reinforced safe room, and office spaces. It replaces the current senior center location on Jack Fendley Drive, across from Woodland Park. – Ron Gholson