Building permits: houses & remodeling

Here’s your weekly building permit report: Bay St. Louis issued permits for two projects during the week of Feb. 19-23. One was for a residential permit for a bulkhead/pier/boathouse project on Tarpon and the other was for a commercial remodel by Louisiana Coastal VI at 207/209 Main Street. That permit listed a value of $98,000…

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Farmers Market: 3 new vendors + old favorites

Get to the Hancock County Farmers Market today and check out the new vendors. They’re selling delicious pastries and pickled quail eggs and handcrafts. The market on Longfellow Drive in Bay St. Louis opens at 8 a.m. and closes at noon. Go early because your favorites might sell out before closing time.  

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Building permit report Part 2

  The Hancock County Building Department issued two new permits during the week of Feb. 12-16 for residential projects totaling $132,593 in value and $685 in fees. One house is being built on Lake Drive and a storage building with utilities in being built on Eugene E. Ladner Road.    

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New vendor, old favorites

Emma’s Famous Pralines from Slidell joins the Hancock County Farmers Market this morning and she’s already finding new fans among early shoppers. Shop with this new vendor and longtime favorites until noon, or until they sell out. Longfellow Road.    

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Weekly building permit report

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Farmers Market report: new vendor. Sweet!

Dessert for breakfast? OK.

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MDEQ issues advisory for Lakeshore beach

The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality Beach Monitoring Program issued a water contact advisory Thursday for Station 1 – Lakeshore Beach from the Silver Slipper Casino east to Pointset Ave. When water samples show that levels are safe for human contact, the advisory will be lifted. The Beach Task Force has a standing recommendation that swimming…

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It’s Monday. Here’s your building permit report.

Houses going up. Pool going in.

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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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