With the defeat of the referendum vote in Baldwin County on Tuesday, people across the county are left to wonder: what’s next?
This change also means Baldwin County doesn’t have the required amount of mills as a part of the state’s equity fund, which requires 10-mills.
Commissioner Tucker Dorsey hopes that this may start a larger conversation about the equity funding program.
Commissioner Chris Elliot told FOX10 News that in time voters will begin to understand the ramifications of voting down the existing taxes.
David Cox told FOX10 News that they will certainly be exploring all the options of how to move forward.
Fairhope parent Ashley Gordon said she now hopes that both sides can come together to work on a solution for tackling the growth in the county.
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