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Proposed Bremen High School Gymnasium

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From The Desk of Bremen City Schools Superintendent David Hicks:

November 3, 2015 is an important day for Bremen City Schools. That date will be when voters decide whether or not we are able to proceed with the construction of a new Bremen High School gymnasium. The gym is the primary project but depending upon the cost, we may be able to do other smaller projects if funds allow. We have been working with our architectural firm for several weeks regarding the design of the new gym. For more details regarding the design, please click the link below:

Proposed New Bremen High School Gymnasium

Between now and November 3rd, you will hear more about the upcoming votes which, if passed, would enable us to construct the gym. ESPLOST is an acronym that stands for “Education Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax”, and it is a 1% tax that is already in place and paid by all “shoppers”, not just Bremen residents, on applicable purchases. It is not a new tax. To proceed in the manner we intend, the following three votes would need to pass:

General Obligation Bond Vote – Voted on by City of Bremen Residents Only
Carroll County ESPLOST Vote – Voted on by Carroll County Voters
Haralson County ESPLOST Vote – Voted on by Haralson County Voters


Complete Letter from David Hicks

If you would like us to present information pertaining to the votes and/or projects at a civic club, church, or any other type gathering, please don’t hesitate to let me know. It is important to us that all voters know exactly what they are voting on.¬†Please let me know of any questions/concerns.¬†david.hicks@bremencs.com

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Six-time STAR teacher, Alice taught Advanced Placement English, literature, composition, speech and theater for over twenty years, part of which time she also served as Director of Admissions, Development, Public Relations, and Alumni at Oak Mountain Academy. She is the managing partner of Ridley-Teal Properties and content editor for the City Menus. She is a board member of the Carroll Symphony Orchestra and enjoys playing flute with the Carroll Community Wind Ensemble.