Lights! Camera! No action!

Here’s the official account of Tuesday’s Council meeting: Listed below are the actions taken by the City Council at their special meeting April 28, 2015. All Council Members were present for the meeting. The next City Council Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, May 5, 2015. 1. Utility Sinking Fund Account Motion that the $13.00 collected…

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Cool or not cool? Definitely not.

I missed last night’s City Council gathering for a previous, more festive engagement but from all accounts it appears Un-Cool Man has done it again. This time he chose the adolescent Middle Finger Salute over his previous Whoop-Ass strategy. Classy. Monday’s storm update: One mast casualty. Sorry.

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Stormy Monday

A quick windshield tour after Monday’s stormy weather:

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New grill now open

If you’re headed up north in the direction of Wiggins, there’s a new restaurant open. It’s Timber’s Grill at 732 S. Magnolia Dr. Owner Kevin Leigigh has a menu with appetizers, salads, wings, burgers, sandwiches, wraps, “po-girls,” shrimp, chicken or catfish baskets, sides and desserts.

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Opening day

You either like Jazz Fest or you don’t. Count me among the faithful. Here’s a look at opening day on Friday.

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Saturday morning walk

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Need some spa time?

Hollywood Casino is opening its new Spa at the Bay in early May. Services include facials, manicures, pedicures with massaging chair, deep-tissue massage, waxing plus a full range of salon and hair services. The spa is on the first floor of the hotel and is open to the public. Hours are 9 a.m. to 6…

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Catering heats up in OS

Three new Health Department approvals for restaurants in Ocean Springs. Looks like the catering business is heating up over there: Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers is now open at 3098 Bienville Blvd. to cook up chicken tenders and sides. Murky Waters Catering is open at 1212 Government St. to serve weddings, company events and family gatherings.…

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Bay Council recap

Last night’s Bay Council meeting was long on agenda, short on action, at least in the first two hours. Three new appointees were named to the Historic Preservation Commission (Al Lawson, Jason Bigelow and Pat Robinson); and the Commission’s impressive, one-of-a-kind website (www.HistoricBSL.com) was unveiled, as was the Share the Road program to improve bike…

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Bay Council agenda: clerk’s report, vacation & air space rentals

Here’s the agenda for today’s Bay St. Louis City Council meeting. Dress comfortably, looks like a long evening. Things start at 5:30 p.m. 1. Guests a) Senator Philip Moran – State of the State Address b) Donald Gavagnie – Lease for Property Behind his House c) Ellis Anderson – Historic Preservation Website and New Members…

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