Benchmarks: Summer

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Purple hull peas & more

  Foxwood Farm Produce will be at the Hancock County Farmers Market today with fresh picked Purple Hull Peas, okra and watermelons! Plus some cucumbers and tomatoes. Come out to see what all of our vendors are selling this morning on Longfellow Road in Bay St. Louis. 8 a.m. to noon.

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Bay P&Z votes & today’s Council workshop agenda

Here’s how the Bay St. Louis Planning and Zoning Commissioners voted at the July 31 meeting. Commissioner Amy Doescher was absent. RAY MURPHY – application for Variance to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicant’s intentions are to construct a single family structure on this parcel of land. The applicant will need a variance of 11’ resulting…

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P&Z: Variances, special exceptions & subdivision plat

Outdoor flea market?

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Building permit report: little of this, little of that

The Hancock County Building Department issued seven permits totaling $177,650 and fees of $1,225 during the week of July 23-27. Four permits were for residential projects: a garage on Road 552, repairs to a house on Kiowa Street, construction of a red iron building on Edwin Ladner Road and enclosing a pole barn on Theo…

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Watermelon & more at Hancock County’s Farmers Market

  Foxwood Farm Produce promises sweet watermelons (even some watermelon cubes), okra, squash, zucchini, cucumbers and tomatoes at the Hancock County Farmers Market this morning. Shop with them and our many other great vendors on Longfellow Road in Bay St. Louis. Open until noon……but get there early.

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Weekly building permits & another beach advisory

Here’s your weekly building permit report for July 16-20: The Hancock County Building Department issued four permits for a total value of $284,516 and fees of $1,440. All four permits were for residential projects: a house on Kelly Road, a steel building with utilities on Standard Cemetery Road, a barn near a well next to…

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Bay beach closure lifted

The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality lifted a beach closure Wednesday that had been issued July 18 for a segment of beach in Bay St. Louis from the Ramoneda box culvert to Ballentine. MDEQ advises that people can now engage in water contact such as swimming or wading and can consume fish or anything else…

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CASA draft party Thursday

St. Stanislaus Head Coach Nate Encrapera & several players will be at the event too!

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Bay Council agenda: Cure hotel fence, vaca rentals & golf cart fees

5 p.m. Workshop: State Street one-way?

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