The Lamar County Board of Supervisors discussed several future projects at Thursday morning's meeting. One of the biggest issues discussed is that a new driver's license facility could be built in the Oak Grove Area as early is July 1.
There is already a facility near the Industrial Park in Purvis, but it's open one day a week. Supervisors say the newest facility would be open five days a week and fully staffed.
The Board of Supervisors discussed potential venues for a license office, and they said they're considering buildings situated away from Highway 98, because they say that could be a dangerous area for new drivers.
The supervisors also discussed a plan to keep contractor's debris off Lamar County roads and properties.