Quarrel erupts in Calhoun County over school security bill

CALHOUN COUNTY, AL (WBRC) - Calhoun County leaders are quarreling over who will pay school security officers.
     
County commissioners say the districts agreed to use one-cent sales tax money to pay for officers. School officials say they do not recall any such agreement.
    
County Commissioner J.D. Hayes says the county will stop paying for the officers October 15th.

The seven security positions cost 317 thousand a year.