Tuesday, Estill County residents will decide whether or not their county will be able to sell alcohol. Judge Executive Wallace Taylor says the issue was brought up in August when a petition circulating calling for a vote. The judge said those 600 plus signatures were verified so the vote was set in motion. The past few weeks, poll workers have been trained. The law requires a poll worker for and a poll worker against alcohol sales at each precinct. If the vote passes in Estill County, those wanting to open liquor stores will have to apply with Judge Taylor’s office. He said the number of stores that qualify is based on the population. This special election will cost Estill County around 20 thousand dollars. That money wasn’t in the budget and the county will pull from other programs to pay for it. For any questions about the election, contact Judge Wallace Taylor’s office at 606-723-7524.