Waterloo school board hears pitch for closed building

Although it sits on the edge of the business district, village officials are eyeing the vacant Main Street School as a key part of a revitalized downtown. The school, which was built in 1928, served as a high school, junior high school, middle school and multi-age elementary school before closing at the end of the 2013-14 school year.

A small delegation of village officials came to Monday night’s school board meeting to pitch the idea of working with the village on a sale and reuse plan that could include senior housing. The school board has not yet decided to put the school on the market.

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