Voters on Thursday night learned how the Dougherty School System will spend sales tax revenue if voters approve an extension of the e-splost in November.
The project include renovations to multiple schools, new classroom technology, safety and security upgrades and new vehicles.
"It is imperative that the people know, become knowledgeable of this e-splost number five," said DCSS Board of Education Vice Chair Reverend James Bush.
The school district expects the tax would generate 100 million dollars over five years.
The referendum will be on the November 8th ballot.
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