Both school districts’ boards approved a SPLOST IV vote and put their project lists before voters last fall.
If approved, the 1-cent sales tax would be collected between Jan. 1, 2014, and Dec. 31, 2018, and would be the fourth round of SPLOST funding the school districts have received since 1998.
Polls are not open today, but all 153 Cobb precincts will be open Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Two voting locations have changed:
Residents who previously voted at Community Bible Church now will vote at Chalker Elementary School, 325 North Booth Road, Kennesaw. The John Knox Presbyterian Church site has been changed to the East Marietta Library, 2051 Lower Roswell Road, Marietta.
The following locations will be changed for the Tuesday, March 19 vote only:
* Martha Moore Education Center changed to Ben Robertson Community Center, 2753 Watts Drive, Kennesaw.
* Northeast Cobb YMCA changed to Hightower Trail Middle School, 3905 Post Oak Tritt Road, Marietta.
* Towne View Baptist Church changed to Christ Episcopal Church, 1210 Wooten Lake Road NW, Kennesaw.
* Wildwood Baptist Church changed to Pitner Elementary School, 4575 Wade Green Road, Acworth.
To find out more information about where to vote, visit the state’s voter web page at sos.ga.gov, or for a copy of the ballot, visit cobbelections.org.
The Cobb County School District is asking for voters to approve a $717.8 million list that includes a $39.9 million rebuild of Walton High School, two replacement elementary schools for $23.3 million each, a $29.8 million career academy, $29.9 million Osborne High School rebuild and an east Cobb area middle school replacement at a cost of $29.1 million.
Marietta City Schools’ $55.4 million list includes paying off $15.2 million in debt, $16 million in technology upgrades, $20 million toward construction, modifications, renovations and equipment and $2 million for transportation.
For detailed copies of each district’s SPLOST IV project list, visit cobbk12.org and marietta-city.org.