Building permits: mostly residential

The Hancock County Building Department issued six permits during the week of Feb. 11-15 for a total value of $361,927 and fees totaling $1,810. The one commercial permit was for a laundry room with three washers and three dryers on 16331 Highway 603. The permit was valued at $3,500 and fees were $79  The owner…

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Shop Hancock County’s Farmers Market

From sweets to spicy, pickles to nuts, arts & crafts.

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Building permit recap: $11 million plus

A major, long-awaited project is on the list.

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Busy week for building permits

Mostly residential but not all houses.

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Scoop: New restaurant coming to Old Town

New restaurant, familiar family name.

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Building permits issued last week

One report, mostly residential.

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Building permits & Historic Preservation Commission agenda

Here’s your building permit report for the week of Jan. 7-11. Hancock County’s Building Department issued two permits totaling $390,568 with fees of $1,244. One was a commercial permit for the Hancock County Animal Shelter to enclose gated dog pens. The value was $46,369. The residential permit was for a new house on Fenton Dedeaux…

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It’s Second Saturday!

The Hancock County Farmers Market is now open on Longfellow in Bay St. Louis. Expect a truck load of greens, among other fresh produce and more good things. Later today, it’s Second Saturday. And the After Party. And loads more. Enjoy it all.    

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2019’s first building permit report

All residential.

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