Building permits: more than a million

Waveland’s Building Department issued 11 permits valued at $1,076,695 with fees totaling $4,311. Ten permits were for residential projects: an addition to a house on Road 366, construction of a ramp with a shed on Crane Street, a car port on Highway 53, a shed on 9th Avenue, another shed on Hunter Drive, and new…

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Building permits: just under a million$

Hancock County’s Building Department issued five permits totaling $681,912 in value and $2,732 in fees. Four permits were for residential projects: a shed on East Choctaw, a house on Jana Lane, a garage on Crescent Ridge Drive and a home on Road 148. The one commercial permit was for a stage at an off road…

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New vendor Saturday at the Farmers Market

Gumbo-to-go, anyone?

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P&Z Commission: how’d they vote?

Denied. Approved. Denied.

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P&Z agenda: zoning map amendments for highway commercial & limited industrial

Vintage shop to….limited industrial?

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Building permit report: hay barn, pole barn & a pool

Hancock County’s Building Department issued 13 permits during the week of April 16-20. Three were for commercial projects and 10 were for residential work. The total valuation was $410,093 and fees totaled $2,351. The commercial permits were for the following: •a sign cabinet and letters on an ATM canopy for Hancock Whitney Bank at 16230…

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Hancock County Farmers Market: Plants, produce & more

Beautiful morning to shop at the Hancock County Farmers Market on Longfellow in Bay St. Louis. Open from 8 a.m. to noon or whenever vendors sell out.

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Opening soon: Central Station Bistro. All aboard.

Wine, cheese and charcuterie. Yes, please.

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Bay Council agenda: menaces (bad) & curbside recycling (good)

Also, there’s a 4:30 workshop today on city grants.

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Hancock building permits

As promised, here are the permits issued by Hancock County’s Building Department during the week of April 9-13.   Seven permits were issued for a total valuation of $351,359 and fees totaling $1,805. All the permits were for residential projects: a new house on East Marlin Street, a new storage building on Lower Bay Road,…

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