The Jackson County School System is looking toward the next referendum on education sales tax revenue — possibly in 2011.
The current education special purpose local option sales tax (SPLOST) expires in March 2012 and benefits all three school systems in Jackson County.
The education SPLOST is being used to pay for the construction of the new Commerce High School. If voters do not renew the SPLOST, commerce taxpayers will see a new line item on their tax bill — for Commerce school bonds.
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