Lauderdale County supervisors are working with city leaders to clear tall weeds and grass away from a fence near the 29th Avenue interchange.
In that same area, ground work continues for the new Multi-County Community Service Agency building, as supervisors explore options for the agency's old site.
"The structural engineer says that it is one of the most solid buildings in the county with the exception of some deterioration along the roof," said supervisors board president Joe Norwood. "What we're doing is make sure that we walk through every aspect of the building and make sure that it is structurally sound."
Although the future for MCCSA's old building is still undecided, Norwood says construction of the agency's new building will likely start within the next sixty days.