P&Z agenda: variances, subdivisions & a special exception

AGENDA PLANNING & ZONING MEETING JANUARY 31, 2017 5:30 P.M. APPLICATIONS: SAMUEL RILEY WOODHAM, JR AND JAMI LYNN WOODHAM – application for Variance to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicant’s intentions are to build a single family structure on this parcel of land. The required side yard setback is 8’, the owner is requesting a side…

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Your weekly building permit report: houses, a bulkhead & a banquet hall

Happy Monday. Here’s your weekly building permit recap for the week of Jan. 23-27. The Bay St. Louis Building Department issued two permits: one for a residential remodel and another for a bulkhead-pier and boathouse deck. Total value of both permits is $55,000 with total fees of $366. The Hancock County Building Department issued five…

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It’s Saturday…Farmers Market time

The Hancock County Farmers Market returns on Saturday with new vendors and old favorites. Shop for fresh, locally grown produce, delicious prepared sweet and savory foods and unique locally made products. Come see what’s new and fresh at the Hancock County Farmers Market. 3068 Longfellow, Bay St. Louis. Getting bigger and better every Saturday. Shopping…

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Weekly building permit reports for Hancock County & Bay St. Louis

For the week of Jan. 16-20, the Hancock County Building Department issued six permits for residential projects with a total value of $846,885 and fees totaling $3,438. The Bay St. Louis Building Department issued two permits for two commercial projects totaling $82,000 with fees of $574. Kennedy Bush got a permit for a new commercial…

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CASA Gala kicks off Carnival this weekend

CASA of Hancock County will hold its 6th Annual Krewe of CASA Mardi Gras Gala on Saturday (Jan. 28). The fundraiser will be held at the Bay St. Louis Community Center at 301 Blaize Avenue. The event kicks off the Carnival season and attendees come from the Gulf Coast and even from New Orleans. Each year…

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Hancock County Farmers Market: Rick’s Produce is farm fresh

Every Saturday, Mike Gulino and his crew from Rick’s Produce set up long tables of farm fresh produce and glass jars containing delicious treats. They sell everything from pickled quail eggs to sweet jellies and jams. Also look for cracklings, green beans (bundled with new potatoes), tomatoes, eggplant, bell peppers, anything on your shopping list.…

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Weekly building permit reports

For the week of Jan. 9-13, the Hancock Building Department issued three permits – for a house, a shed and a storage building – with a total value of $205,891 and fees totaling $924. The Bay St. Louis Building Department issued six permits for five projects totaling $748,357 and fees of $4,115 during the same…

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Bay Council agenda: noise ordinance, Dan B’s & building dept. RFPs

Notebook Note: The city sent a revised agenda that added item B to the Guest list. AGENDA BAY ST. LOUIS CITY COUNCIL MEETING JANUARY 17, 2017 5:30 p.m. 1. Guests a) Stephen Forstall – Cypress Café lease b) Rod Ward and Thomas Genin – City easement 2. City Clerk/Comptroller’s Report a) Cash Balances b) Certification…

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Biggest day yet at new Farmers Market

More than 20 vendors are coming to the Hancock County Farmers Market on Saturday, Jan. 14. And the weather will be warm and sunny! Look for new vendors selling fresh roasted coffee beans, beautiful jewelry and artwork, along with others who are coming back to sell local produce, meats, bacon, milk, cheese, bread, jams and…

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Building permit reports for Bay St. Louis, Hancock County

For the last week of 2016, the Hancock County Building Department issued four permits with a total value of $111,600 and fees of $978. Three permits were commercial: MAC, LLC (13011 Road G) to install a 10X40 metal pre-engineered magazine for explosive materials valued at $75,000 (fees $561). William Cates to construct an awning for…

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