Building permits: all residential

Happy humid Monday. Here’s your building permit recap for the week of July 8-12.   The Hancock Building Department issued three permits for a total value of $401,699 and fees of $1,706. All three were for residential projects: a new metal building on Hide A Way Drive, a single family residence on Road 527 and…

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The week in photos

Who ate all their hurricane snacks?

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Building permits & another heat advisory

Short workweek = few permits

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Hancock County Farmers Market: produce & more!

Longfellow Road, Bay St. Louis. Open until noon or vendors sell out.

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Building permits Part 2; July 4th aftermath

Hancock County issued three permits last week (June 24-July 1) for a total value of $17,000 and fees of $218. All were for residential projects: a pole barn for agriculture and equipment storage on Road 345, replacement of a well house on Highway 43 South and new construction of a pavilion at the Necaise shelter…

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July 3rd: 3 more beaches closed

19 beaches now closed

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Today’s Bay Council workshop & regular meeting agendas

6 P&Z applications up for votes

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Building permits & beach closures

Bay St. Louis issued two permits last week (June 24-28) with total value of $307,819 and fees of $2,258. Both were for residential projects on Blue Meadow Road: one for a new house and the other for a bulkhead/pier/boathouse. And Hancock County’s beaches remain closed along with beaches in the Pass, Long Beach and Gulfport…

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Road trip

East. South. North. West.

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Honestly Beef at Farmers Market; St. Rose BBQ & Blues at Depot

Beef, blues & BBQ.

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