On Tuesday, Cobb voters will decide whether to extend the current Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) for school maintenance and construction projects in the Cobb County School District and Marietta City Schools.
The Cobb Education SPLOST IV, if passed, would collect a penny on the dollar from Jan. 1, 2014 through Dec. 31, 2018. The Cobb County School District would receive $717.8 million and Marietta City Schools $55.4 million.
The attached PDF files, compiled by the Cobb County School District, include descriptions of the work that would be done at all schools in the Harrison, Hillgrove and McEachern high school districts.
Among the major projects slated for West Cobb-area schools include $19.3 million for a new gym and theater at Harrison High School and $3.1 million in renovations for all classrooms and instructional areas at Tapp Middle School.
Two unspecified elementary school replacements, each costing $23 million, and a new $30 million career academy also would be built.
Also attached is a PDF of the full Cobb SPLOST IV project list and Tuesday's sample ballot.
The polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., and voters will go to their usual election day precincts.
For more voting information, visit the Cobb Elections website.