(Updated) Cullman City, County School Boards comment on 1-cent tax text messages

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Residents from all over Cullman County have reported receiving this text message. (Courtesy photo)

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Updated 2-20-20 10:29 a.m.

CULLMAN, Ala. – The Cullman City School Board and Cullman County School Board Thursday morning sent out alerts about text messages received by residents regarding the 1-cent sales tax referendum coming up March 3.

The Cullman City School Board alert, with the subject line “County Tax” read: “Some individuals have received a text message seeking support for the 1-cent sales tax referendum supported by the Cullman County Board of Education. Cullman City Schools has not and will not share the contact information of students, parents, or employees at any time. The City Board of Education has not taken a formal position on this referendum.”

The Cullman County School Board alert read: “Some individuals have received a text message asking if people support the 1-cent sales tax referendum. Cullman County Schools has not shared the contact information of students, parents, or employees. Volunteers are sending texts on behalf of the referendum.”

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