Jobs in the Baldwin County Public School System are once again on the line. Up to 180 school support personnel may be cut to help cover a $14 million budget shortfall within the school system.
After two rounds of proration and falling tax revenues, officials say they do not have anything to cut but positions.
The idea of a one cent sales tax increase has been taken off the table. Officials say the public did not seem to be in favor of a new tax right now.
Cafeteria workers and custodians are among the support positions that could now be cut, but that will only make up $7 million.
The other $7 million would have to come from cuts in tenured positions.