Seneca County Agency Transportation has a new facility and a new director.
The new building, seen at left, has about 16,000 square feet of space and cost about $2.3 million, with most funding from the Building Reinvestment Act. Ground was broken in early April. As of this writing, the building was complete and SCAT was awaiting an occupancy permit.
At the time, Linda Good was the executive director of SCAT, a post she had occupied for nearly 13 years. Good retired Sept. 21, and Susan Philips was selected as her interim replacement.
The new SCAT facility.
Tiffin native Larry Baxa took over as director Dec. 3.
Before coming to SCAT, Baxa worked at Ohio Rural Community Assistance Program. He is a retired Navy captain and has background as a village administrator.