Peach superintendent hopeful for E-SPLOST vote

FORT VALLEY, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Residents are gearing up to decide on continuing an educational penny sales tax.

Superintendent Daryl Fineran says the money will go toward building a new high school in the county, as well as facility maintenance to other schools. He adds the money is for the kids and will benefit residents as well. 

“The E-SPLOST allows you to fund the new school construction as well as the repairs and renovations on the other facilities. It also helps us keep the property taxes down for the taxpayers,” Fineran said. 

The board of education approved more than 170 acres of land closer to Byron — aiming at creating a more central location for the school. 

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