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Lamar County proposes new zoning regulations

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Hattiesburg, MS (WDAM)- Bankers, developers and realtors were at the Breland Community Center Tuesday night to address concerns with the county's new plan for zoning regulations.

County Officials said zoning will help protect the investments of property owners in highly developed areas like Oak Grove and Bellevue.

Some members of the public expresed concern over proposed regulations of existing and future subdivisions.

Some developers said they needed clarification on the regulations before this plan was finalized.

Another Public hearing will be held August 25 at the Oak Grove Community Center.

The county hopes to have the new regulations in place by the end of September.

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