WALTHALL, Miss. (WTVA) -- Webster County voters are being given the opportunity Tuesday to give their opinion on the future of the Webster County Courthouse.
The county is holding a non-binding referendum asking voters if they want to restore the old courthouse in Walthall or build a new facility.
The courthouse was destroyed by a fire in January of 2013 after serving the county for nearly a century.
Polls will be open until 7 p.m. to give voters a chance to speak up on the issue.
The results are just a survey of resident's thoughts, but supervisors will take those into consideration when making a decision on how to proceed.