Bay Council recap

Notes from Jan. 20 City Council meeting: In the public forum, council voted to allow a resident to install a chain link fence even though the historic district rules frown on those fences. Councilman Compretta said there are other chain link fences in the neighborhood, which he represents, and said the area shouldn’t be in…

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Bay Council agenda: beach vendors, dumpsite costs, harbor wave action

Here’s the agenda for the Jan. 20 meeting of the Bay St. Louis City Council. Things start at 5:30 p.m.   1. Public Forum 2. New Business a) Sand Beach Vendor Ordinance b) Report on Bond Issue Information c) Bay St. Louis Rental Rates Review 3. Old Business a) E&O Insurance for Attorneys b) City…

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Pizza? Pasta?

Here’s a new restaurant to try now that the state Health Department has given it the OK to open: The Sicilian II at 1670 Pass Road Suite I in Biloxi has a menu filled with Italian and Mediterranean dishes: salads, pizzas, pastas and gyros, among others. Chris Drake is the owner.

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Bacon aroma bits

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Bless their self-serving hearts

Let’s talk a little politics this morning, OK? My main interest is on the national level but on the local level I regularly attend city council meetings. It’s usually better than TV. The board of supervisors seems more yokel than local but I do plan to start going to their meetings soon. Maybe for Lent.…

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Oyster harvest resumes today

m4s0n501 This morning, DMR reopens three areas for harvesting oysters. Those areas are: Area I “B” Conditionally Approved Waters – includes St. Joseph’s (St. Joe’s) Reef. Area II “A” Conditionally Approved Waters for tonging only – includes northern portions of the Pass Christian and Henderson Point reefs and Hornets Reef. Area II “F” Conditionally Approved…

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Mississippi tops list

From The Washington Post.

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Jazz Fest lineup: old favorites

What better way to brighten a foggy Monday morning than reading the Jazz Fest lineup. Elton John, The Who, Ed Sheeran, Pitbull, Jimmy Buffett, Keith Urban, No Doubt, T.I., Tony Bennett with Lady Gaga, Widespread Panic, Wilco, Maze, the O’Jays, Hozier, John Legend, Alison Krauss, Chicago, Jerry Lee Lewis, Buddy Guy, Steve Winwood, Jimmy Cliff,…

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