The wait is over

  Avocado’s is finally open. The restaurant, about a year in the making, is now open daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. (10:30 on Friday and Saturday.) It’s in the old Scafidi’s Wheel Inn site at 820 U.S. 90 in Bay St. Louis.

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Celebrate the Farmers Market milestone!

The Hancock County Farmers Market will celebrate its first anniversary on Saturday, Jan. 6. Come out to say hello to first responders from the Bay Police Department and Fire Department and meet the staff of Hancock Medical Center.  Bring the kids to see miniature ponies and goats in a corral, and shop among the vendors…

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Bay Council agenda: cameras, P&Z applications, golf carts & animal control

Action item: Alice Moseley lease approval

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Which applications got P&Z approval?

PLANNING & ZONING MEETING DECEMBER 21, 2017 The Bay St. Louis Planning and Zoning Commission held a public hearing on Thursday, December 21. Here are the results:  DAVE & GINA GORDON – Application for Special Exception to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicant is asking for a Special Exception to the Zoning Ordinance to construct an…

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Building permit update

Let’s catch up our building permit reports, OK? For the week of Dec. 18-22, the Hancock Building Department issued three permits valued at $400,941 with total fees of $1,725. All three permits were for residential projects: a new house on Road 357, another on Edwyna Drive and one permit for the installation of a wheelchair…

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Bay Life Gifts is on the move

Here’s the when, where & why.

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Today’s P&Z agenda: Courtyards @ Dunbar review & new signs of Avocado opening?

Tennis, anyone?
78×36 LLC wants a tennis retreat center.

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Weekly building permit report

Hancock County’s building department issued two permits last week. Both were for residential projects: a pole barn and a spec house. Total valuation was $182,892 and total fees were $851. Nothing to report from A Place Apart.

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