WATERLOO, Ind. (WFFT) - DeKalb Central is moving forward with facility upgrades that were part of a referendum voters turned down.
The school board approved using around $900,000 from the district's rainy day fund to pay for new boilers at DeKalb High School.
The boilers were one of many projects included in the referendum voters rejected in May.
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