BOONEVILLE, Miss. (WTVA) -- The Prentiss County Board of Supervisors have big plans for an old factory building located on Bridge Street.
What was once a site to make clothing and years later a sportsplex will become home to a combination of services.
"It's a good location, plenty of parking and we just thought it would be nice to get everything together where we could better serve our people," Kesler said.
The building will house a new location for Chancery and Youth Court, Veterans Affairs, the Department of Welfare and the Department of Human Services.
"It's been needed for a long time. The Department of Human Services has been in a building that's been in a severe state of disrepair and they needed this for a long time and as excited as I am, the Department of Human Services is extremely excited," Prentiss County Chancery Court Clerk Bubba Pounds said.
It's estimated it's going to cost about $1,000,000 to renovate the building. They say the good news for taxpayers is it won't cost them an extra dollar.
Supervisor Kesler says the county will be able to acquire a low-interest loan and pay it back with the same source of money used to pay for the Prentiss County Justice Court complex.
They will pursue cost-cutting measures to save taxpayer dollars.
"It's been a long time getting it ready and getting everything to come together and I'm very excited because it will be a good location and combine a lot of departments that need to be together that's not now," Kesler added.
The project is set to begin in the summer.