On Nov. 6, voters will decide if improving county roads is worth a sales tax increase.
A resolution to increase the local option sales tax rate from 2.25 percent to 2.75 percent will be on the ballot again.
The commission’s intention for the referendum is to generate more money to increase the highway department’s budget, so it can pave more roads.
“We hear almost every month, complaints about the condition of the roads,” commissioner David Adkins said.
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