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Tonight- officials with the kelberman center were invited to the south utica neighborhood association's meeting to talk about the plans for the former sunset school.
It'll be demolished and turned into apartments for idividuals with autism.
Newschannel 2's callihan marshall was at that meeting tonight.
Jason- this is the spot everyone was talking about tonight, and things got heated.
I spoke with concerned residents from south utica and officials with the kelberman center.
Residents say they weren't made aware of this project until just recently.
Those with the kelberman center say they have held several public meetings about this project.
The gym at the notre dame elementary school was packed tonight.
The kelberman center supports people of all ages with autism.
The executive director for the organization, robert myers, talked to residents about the 15 million dollar project he says the complex called "kelberman at sunset" puts utica on the map as a place of interest for individuals with autism.
Concerned citizens say they weren't informed abouthese pla early enough.
Friend says: "they live in this neighborhood, there's this great big project coming in and nobody consulted them, nbody talked to them.
Myers says: "we went through all the appropriate public hearings and public meetings and most importantly this is a tremendous opportunity for the community."
Friend says she wishes there was more involvement and input from the community before moving forward.
The school will be totally demolished.
Myers tells me they'll break ground this summer and construction will last about 15 months.