Scoop: New restaurant coming to Old Town

New restaurant, familiar family name.

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New buildings going up, an old one coming down

  Bay St. Louis issued three building permits last week for a total valuation of $558,886 and fees of $4,020. All three projects were residential: new houses on Camellia Drive and Eighth Street and a boathouse on Virginia Street.   In other news, the Bay City Council voted yesterday to allow the new owners of…

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Bay Council back-to-back agendas: workshop & regular meeting

Workshop on city-wide projects.

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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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It’s Second Saturday!

The Hancock County Farmers Market is now open on Longfellow in Bay St. Louis. Expect a truck load of greens, among other fresh produce and more good things. Later today, it’s Second Saturday. And the After Party. And loads more. Enjoy it all.    

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Council meeting moves this week

The Bay St. Louis City Council ’s meeting has been moved to Thursday this week because of the Mississippi Municipal League conference being held in Jackson. Watch for the council meeting agenda here when it becomes available. Meantime, enjoy the weather. It’s 70 as of this posting, headed to 71 this afternoon.

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2019’s first building permit report

All residential.

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Farmers Market opens the new year

Fresh produce, plants, nuts, tamales & a truck load of turnips.

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Sunshine, derelict crab traps & cheap gas

Sunshine is back & so is cool/cold weather. The weekend is looking sunny, thankfully. Enjoy. Meantime, back to business. The Department of Marine Resources is telling crab fishermen, commercial and recreational,  they must remove their traps from state waters Feb. 7-13. On Feb. 14-16, all traps remaining in the water will be removed with help from…

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