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The Hancock County Farmers Market will celebrate its first anniversary on Saturday, Jan. 6. Come out to say hello to first responders from the Bay Police Department and Fire Department and meet the staff of Hancock Medical Center. Bring the kids to see miniature ponies and goats in a corral, and shop among the vendors…
Think whimper. Not bang.
Let’s catch up our building permit reports, OK? For the week of Dec. 18-22, the Hancock Building Department issued three permits valued at $400,941 with total fees of $1,725. All three permits were for residential projects: a new house on Road 357, another on Edwyna Drive and one permit for the installation of a wheelchair…
Here’s the when, where & why.
Hancock County’s building department issued two permits last week. Both were for residential projects: a pole barn and a spec house. Total valuation was $182,892 and total fees were $851. Nothing to report from A Place Apart.
Today the Hancock County Farmers Market welcomes two new vendors selling peanut brittle and jerky. They’ll be joining your favorite vendors who sell their locally grown produce and homemade goods every Saturday morning on Longfellow Drive. Come out and shop for Christmas presents, holiday parties and Sunday dinner. 8 a.m. to noon or until everything is gone.
City reports new building permits.
The sun is shining, the snow is melting and the Hancock County Farmers Market is open for business. Gorilla Bean Coffee is back at the market this week. Pick up your coffee for the holidays and check out the other vendors at the pavilion on Longfellow Road in Bay St. Louis.
Open until noon.