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DALEVILLE — The elementary school solar project is substantially complete, and now it’s time to pay.

Daleville Community Schools passed a resolution to pay Fredericks Inc. $317,672.64 of the estimated $364,000 project costs.

Rows of solar panels located near First Baptist Church, fencing and gravel have been installed. However, there’s work left to be done.

A switch needs to be installed before the panels can be turned on. The district is waiting on the part, Superintendent Greg Roach said during Monday’s school board meeting.

District officials hoped to have the panels running by February. That timeline has been pushed back to mid-late April.

The panels could save the district an estimated $27,000 per year. They are also eligible for a $120,000 federal rebate, which they could apply for after the project is completed.

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