Building permits: mostly miscellaneous residential projects

The Hancock County Building Department issued three residential permits last week (Aug. 6-10) for a total valuation of $219,856 and fees pf $1,085. The permits were for a new house on Pointset Avenue, renovations to an existing house on Caesar Necaise Road and construction of a new house on Road 317. The Bay St. Louis…

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Weekly building permits

August off to slow start.

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Bay P&Z votes & today’s Council workshop agenda

Here’s how the Bay St. Louis Planning and Zoning Commissioners voted at the July 31 meeting. Commissioner Amy Doescher was absent. RAY MURPHY – application for Variance to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicant’s intentions are to construct a single family structure on this parcel of land. The applicant will need a variance of 11’ resulting…

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P&Z: Variances, special exceptions & subdivision plat

Outdoor flea market?

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Building permit report: little of this, little of that

The Hancock County Building Department issued seven permits totaling $177,650 and fees of $1,225 during the week of July 23-27. Four permits were for residential projects: a garage on Road 552, repairs to a house on Kiowa Street, construction of a red iron building on Edwin Ladner Road and enclosing a pole barn on Theo…

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Weekly building permits & another beach advisory

Here’s your weekly building permit report for July 16-20: The Hancock County Building Department issued four permits for a total value of $284,516 and fees of $1,440. All four permits were for residential projects: a house on Kelly Road, a steel building with utilities on Standard Cemetery Road, a barn near a well next to…

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Building permits: playgrounds & highway lighting

A dozen permits, about $1 million.

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Weekly building permits Part 2

New sports bar in the works

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More building permits

But not too many more

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Weekly building permit

Summer slump?

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