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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Hancock permits in, all beaches closed

Here’s the Hancock County building permit report for the week of Oct. 2-6: Two permits were issued totaling $244,699 in value and $1,087 in fees. Both were for residential projects: a pole barn on Kiln Picayune Road and a single family house on Runnymede Road. The Bay St. Louis report was not available. Look for…

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Before & post Nate

Thankfully those weather forecasts were over the top, and for that, everybody who wasn’t affected is grateful. Here are a couple of shots taken before the storm and one from this morning. Now let’s get back to October.  

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Starfish Fest & Cruisin’ the Coast today

Music, food, vendors, fun.

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Your (partial) building permit report

Here’s your weekly building permit report for Hancock County. Six permits were issued for the week of Sept. 25-30. Their total value was $231,993 and fees totaled $1,461. Five residential permits were issued for construction of a new home on South Beach, a permit renewal for a house on West Hinds, a new metal building…

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Saturday to-do list

Fresh produce. Down home blues.

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Got household hazardous waste?

Appliances to mothballs. Free disposal. Tomorrow.

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Your building permit report

In Hancock County, the building department issued three permits last week with a total value of $13,271 and fees totaling $215. All three permits were for residential projects: an addition to a house, a shed and a new house on East Marlin Street. The Bay St. Louis retro report covers Sept. 1-25. Permits were issued…

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Your weekly building permit report

A camp here, some sheds there.

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Come see what’s cooking…

Hancock County Farmers Market on Longfellow Road in Bay St. Louis opens today at 8 a.m. and runs until noon or when vendors sell out. Shop fresh and local every Saturday.

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