Following voting Wednesday, Jefferson-Lewis BOCES will have its first capital project since 1969.
That's when the campuses in Watertown and Glenfield were built.
Voters on Wednesday overwhelmingly approved improvements to BOCES facilities that would cost up to $20 million.
The 454-17 vote also give BOCES permission to take ownership of the Boak Education Center in Lowville for $0. BOCES has rented the former St. Peter's Catholic School since 2013.
The project will include improvements to electrical systems, heating and ventilation systems, and doors and windows.