Building permit recap

Bay St. Louis issued two permits during the week of Aug. 12-16 for total valuation of $221,020 and fees of $1,694. One permit is for parking lot repairs at the Main Street United Methodist Church and the other is for a house on Carre Court. The Hancock County permits will return later this month and…

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Building permits: 2 weeks = $3M+

Let’s catch up Here are two weeks’ worth of building permits from Bay St. Louis. For the week of July 29-Aug. 2, nine permits were issued for total valuation of $2,611,587 and fees of $19,378. The one commercial permit was issued to the Bay-Waveland School District for a new building at 701 Athletic Dr. Value…

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Last week’s building permits today

  Hancock County issued one residential permit and one commercial permit during the week of July 29 – Aug. 2 for a total value of $15,000 and fees of $137. One permit was for repairs to a house on Old Lower Bay Road. The commercial permit was  for modifications to the antenna and equipment on…

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Building permits Part II

BSL permits.

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Bay P&Z agenda: variances & subdivisions

New sign on Beach Blvd.?

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Building permits: houses, a hay barn & boat storage

Almost a million $.

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Monday building permit report

A mix of houses, pool, surface mine & boat storage.

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Building permits: all residential

Happy humid Monday. Here’s your building permit recap for the week of July 8-12.   The Hancock Building Department issued three permits for a total value of $401,699 and fees of $1,706. All three were for residential projects: a new metal building on Hide A Way Drive, a single family residence on Road 527 and…

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Building permits & another heat advisory

Short workweek = few permits

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Building permits Part 2; July 4th aftermath

Hancock County issued three permits last week (June 24-July 1) for a total value of $17,000 and fees of $218. All were for residential projects: a pole barn for agriculture and equipment storage on Road 345, replacement of a well house on Highway 43 South and new construction of a pavilion at the Necaise shelter…

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