Building permits top $1M

New favorite previously unknown street name: Bill Cap Ladner Road.

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Building permits Part 1

Here’s the weekly permit recap from the Hancock County Building Department for Nov. 4-8. Six permits were issued for a total value of $878,006 and fees of $3,558. All permits were for residential projects: new houses on Crane Street, Nathan Necaise Road and Highway 603 and two spec houses on East Pointe Drive. One permit…

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Building permits Part 2

Here is your building permit report for Bay St. Louis for the week of Oct. 28-Nov. 1. The city’s building department issued five permits totaling $427,053 and fees of $3,600.  All the projects were residential: a carport renovation and remodel on Hancock, a bulkhead/pier on Minnesota Street, another residential remodel on Main  Street, a new…

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Bay Council recap: loud music (still) & variances (more).

It was a long night at the Bay St. Louis City Council, with an opening discussion on loud music and then back and forth lawyering during the Planning and Zoning portion of the meeting. (Truthfully, I left after the public forum.) Here are the Council votes on P&Z recommendations: STOLZ – application for Special Subdivision…

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Bay Council agenda: P&Z & bar noise & more

Are vulgar songs being blasted from the Municipal Harbor?

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Building permit recap

New to me places: Crescent Ridge Drive & Nathan Necaise Road.

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The other half of building permit recap

Week of Oct. 21-25

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Bay P&Z agenda: 11 applications & some motions

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Building permit recap: half now, half later

Restroom renos at high school.

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Bay Council agenda: The Arts, Alice Moseley, bond issue & HPC appeal

Bonus post for Oct. 22

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