Bay Council agenda: hot potatoes & a workshop

The council will be voting on P&Z items that include a drive thru coffee shop on Main Street and a zoning ordinance text amendment. And there’s a discussion of a school board reappointment. Dress comfortably and come early.   AGENDA BAY ST. LOUIS CITY COUNCIL WORKSHOP FEBRUARY 6, 2018 4:30 p.m. 1. Amend 2017/2018 Bay Saint Louis…

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P&Z Commission: how they voted

Next stop: City Council

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Building permits: Where’s a new restaurant opening?

Hancock County’s Building Department issued four permits during the week of Jan. 15-19. The total valuation was $721,569 and fees totaled $3,000. Three permits were for residential projects: a house on East Pointe Drive and another on Second Street and roof repairs at a house on Second. The one commercial permit is for construction of…

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The wait is over, Part 2

The Jourdan River Steamer is back. The seafood and steak restaurant at 15152 Highway 603 is now open Tuesday through Sunday at 5 p.m. The return has been years in the making, and fans are streaming back to the Kiln for their menu favorites. For details, call 228-255-7333 or visit the Steamer’s Facebook page. Congratulations…

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

Action item: Alice Moseley lease approval

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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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Pop Brothers finds new home on Main Street

Work starts Monday on the new store.

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Weekly building permit report

Your building permit report for Oct. 9-13: The Hancock County Building Department issued nine permits totaling $400,171 in value and $2,380 in fees. Four permits were for commercial projects. Owner James Alison is converting an existing strip mall building into four single extended stay motel rooms. at 16331 Mississippi 603. Value is $50,000 with fees…

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Ribbon cutting Saturday at Tractor Supply

Stop by after the Farmers Market.

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