(BALDWIN COUNTY, Ala.) - The push continues in Baldwin County to get the word out about the upcoming vote to re-new the one cent sales tax.
Superintendent Dr. Alan Lee will join School Board President Angie Swiger Tuesday morning for a news conference, to make it crystal clear what is at stake.
They say dire cuts will be made should the penny tax not pass on November 6th and it is urgent for voters to continue this financial lifeline for the school district.
The list of cuts includes major reductions in services that directly impact students-- plus major school closures and the termination of hundreds of school employees.
If the penny sales tax is not renewed, it will cost the county some 27 million dollars annually.
If you would like to see the entire list of proposed cuts, we've posted them to this article.