Weekly building permit report, Part 1

Here’s your building permit report for Hancock County for the week of Oct. 30-Nov. 3: Three new permits were issued, all residential: One was for new construction of a home on Lakeshore Road, one for a shed on Preacher Powell Road and the third for interior and exterior repairs to an existing home on Mississippi…

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Ever see this?

Water bubbling up under the sand beach.

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New building permit report, P&Z meeting reminder

Here’s your weekly building permit report: Hancock County’s Building Department issued three new permits last week. All were for residential projects: one house on Lawrence Ladner Road and two sheds. Total value of the house and one shed was $271,082. No value was listed for the second shed. Total fees for all three projects were $1,182.…

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P&Z moves up to Monday; South Beach subdivision on the agenda

This month’s Planning and Zoning meeting has been moved up a day, to Monday, because of Halloween. There’s one item on the agenda below that has already scared up some controversy. It’s the application by Kenneth Blanchard’s South Beach BSL, LLC to develop two parcels that run from Beach Boulevard to Third Street. The plan…

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Haunted Brewery Tours!

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Weekly building permit report

New homes all around.

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Touch-a-Truck on Saturday

Presented by CASA of Hancock County

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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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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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