LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. -- Gwinnett County voters will decide Tuesday whether or not to extend a penny sales tax, but they'll do it without a list of specific transportation projects to consider.
Some opponents of the Special Local Option Sales Tax say it's a reason to vote "no." The county says it's the way SPLOST votes have always been handled.
"What we've found is, (voters) need to know the categories and what each category will do," said Kim Conroy, Chief Engineer for Gwinnett County's Department of Transportation.
Last month, 11Alive's Commuter Dude introduced us to the Winking family, who have asked for a traffic light that would help them turn out of their neighborhood onto Suwanee Dam Road.
Improvements to that intersection is on a long list of potential projects, but the Winkings won't know if it will make the final cut until after Tuesday, if voters approve an extension of the tax.