Historic Preservation Commission actions

Next HPC meeting: Feb. 11.

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Building permits & Historic Preservation Commission agenda

Here’s your building permit report for the week of Jan. 7-11. Hancock County’s Building Department issued two permits totaling $390,568 with fees of $1,244. One was a commercial permit for the Hancock County Animal Shelter to enclose gated dog pens. The value was $46,369. The residential permit was for a new house on Fenton Dedeaux…

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2019’s first building permit report

All residential.

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Building permit recap: The last of 2018

Yawn.

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Building permits: houses & a sign

It’s the day after Christmas and building permits probably aren’t on your mind, but two reports arrived by email this morning so here you go. You’re welcome. The Hancock County Building Department issued three permits last week (Dec. 12-17) for a total value of $253,681 and fees of $1,347. All three were for residential projects:…

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

The Hancock County Building Department issued five permits last week (Dec. 3-7) valued at $63,860 with fees of $463. The one commercial permit was for the installation of an 8-foot wooden privacy fence at the Hancock County Animal Shelter, 7175 Texas Flat Road. Value was $6,060 with fees not listed. The contractor is Can’t Be…

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Bay Bicentennial celebration changes; Bay Council P&Z votes

A note on Saturday’s celebration: Due to weather conditions on Saturday the venue has been changed to the Hancock County Historical Society location at 108 Cue Street behind the Methodist Church. The program will commence at 3 p.m. followed by a reception at the Society. There will be no parade.     And here’s how the…

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Building permit recap & Bay Council agenda

Double header: permits & Council agenda.

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