D-428 land swap still under discussion
DeKALB – Despite repeated assurances that they weren’t voting on it, a number of residents criticized DeKalb School District 428 for considering a swap of land with a local developer.
Superintendent Jim Briscoe said Tuesday that the formal language for exchanging the roughly 33 acres of land adjacent to DeKalb High School for about 41 acres the district owns near Huntley Middle School and Fairview Cemetery is still being worked out between the district and ShoDeen Construction.
Board President Tom Matya said a vote on the agreement will take place at a later date.
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