Lee Russell Council Of Gov't



Opelika, originally located in Russell County, was named county seat of Lee County at its founding. The first courthouse was built there in 1867 by the formerly enslaved and renowned bridge builder Horace King. The two-story, brick building served as the county courthouse until a second courthouse was built in 1896 across the street from the original structure, which was eventually torn down. The 1896 courthouse has undergone a number of renovations since it was first built and continues to serve as the county courthouse for Lee County.

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