The Brookfield Board of Selectmen has voted in favor of plans to build a new Huckleberry Hill Elementary School. The $78-million proposal has been forwarded to the Board of Finance. Plans call for demolishing the current building, and constructing a three-level school for pre-K through 5th grade on the same property. That would turn a vacant Center School over to the town for municipal use. A special town meeting would be held in January, with a referendum in March, if the Board of Finance signs off. Officials will apply for a state grant to bring the cost down.