Christopher Columbus’s statue will be getting its head back in Waterbury this fall, according to News 8.

In an exclusive, WTNH reported that the head will be reattached. A referendum in November will decide if the statue remains in front of Waterbury City Hall or is relocated.

A Port Chester, N.Y., resident was charged in the July 4 beheading of the statue.

Brandon Ambrose, 22, will be arraigned Nov. 18 on charges of first-degree criminal mischief, a Class D felony, as well as desecration of property not a house of worship, a Class A misdemeanor, and fifth-degree larceny, a Class C misdemeanor.

The decapitation of the Waterbury statue was one of the reasons Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim gave for removing the Columbus statue in Seaside Park.

That statue remains in storage despite a city Parks and Recreation Committee demand it be restored so residents can weigh in on whether to keep it there or place it somewhere else.