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Officials appointed for school tax election

By Staff
Cliff Knight, Hartselle Enquirer
Officers for the Jan. 16 special school tax referendum affecting Morgan County Schools were appointed by the Morgan County Commission at its last regular meeting.
The referendum stems from the expiration of a 7.3 mill property tax on Sept. 30, 2006. County school officials are asking voters to renew the tax for 30 years. They say the approximately $500,000 per year it generates is essential to the well being of the school system. If approved, the first year of the tax would become due and payable on Oct. 1.
The referendum does not include voters who reside in Hartselle and Decatur; however, some of the voting precincts in those cities will be open to accommodate out-of-city residents who vote there.
The election officials, all of whom are qualified voters in the Morgan County School District, are listed as follows:
Precinct 1: Geneva Gray, Shirley Tucker, Gloria Tucker and Carolyn Baker. Precinct 2: Sandra Partlow, Martha Evans, Sherrie Gautreau and Maurice Gautreau. Precinct 5: Ivah Clark, Wanda Clark, Jane Atchley and Linda Reeves. Precinct 6: Doris McCutcheon, Shirley Hammond, Wanda Williams and Michele Baldwin. Precinct 7: Macie Carter, Delois Campbell, Lorine Ryan and Bridgett Campbell.
Precinct 8: William Jordan, Milford Stanley, Victoria Stanley and Sherry Lamb. Precinct 9: Rayburn Whisenant, Alice McDonald, Mary Reed and Thomas Kinney. Precinct 10: Brenda Jones, Agatha Albright, Jahn Ryan and Edna Marion. Precinct 13: Billy McClure, Anne Winton, Judith Berry and Margaret Brooks. Precinct 14: Marie Speegle, Thurman Speegle, Melba Nelson and Annette Byrd. Precinct 15:
Billy Howell, Betty Howell, Doris Hosmer, Mary Vice, Maedrue Pitman, Geraldine Legg and Clinton Nicholson. Precinct 16: Geraldine Fromhold, Ruthie Keenum, Alice Sims and Annie Cole. Precinct 17: William Gentry, Eva Brazier, Belinda Vaughn and Mamie Haga. Precinct 18: Glenda Ratliff, Ginger Campbell, Sharon Ratliff and Sonya Shelton; Precinct 19:Terry McNutt, Suzanne Randolph, Jennifer Garner and Peggy Lipsey.
Precinct 20: Billie Partlow, Karen Tanner, Judy Blackwood and Johnna Watts. Precinct 21: Fay Taylor, George Miller, Sylvia Walker and Julia Smith. Precinct 22: William Waddell, James Nelson, Linda Holmes and Martha Hicks. Precinct 23: Brynda Aday, Tina Puckett, Brenda Shelton and Ruby Oden.
Precinct 24: Judy Childers, Mary Henderson, Betty Ryan and Leona Burden. Precinct 25: Judy Fortenberry, Marigurette Alexander, Geraldine Turner and Judy Henderson. Precinct 26: Alene Vest, Carolyn Richason, Florence Hale and Muriel Holmes. Precinct 27: Regena Holmes, John Holmes, James Moore and Jane Wimbs. Precinct 28: Robbie Morris, Bettie Morris, Syble Anders and Etta Thompson. Precinct 50: Charlene Sullivan, Virginia Bodley Holladay, Sarah Crow and Regina Osborn.

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