Fresh produce. Down home blues.
Appliances to mothballs. Free disposal. Tomorrow.
Here’s how the votes went at the Sept. 26 meeting of the Bay St. Louis Planning and Zoning Commission: APPLICATIONS: CAROL C DE LA HOUSSAYE – application for Variance to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicant’s intention is to build a shed on the existing slab that will be located to the rear of the property.…
Also, City requesting text amendment to Zoning Ordinance & Historic Preservation Ordinance.
In Hancock County, the building department issued three permits last week with a total value of $13,271 and fees totaling $215. All three permits were for residential projects: an addition to a house, a shed and a new house on East Marlin Street. The Bay St. Louis retro report covers Sept. 1-25. Permits were issued…
The high today will be 89. But it’s still the first day of fall, y’all.
AMENDED AGENDA BAY ST. LOUIS CITY COUNCIL MEETING SEPTEMBER 19, 2017 5:30 p.m. 1. Guests a) John Rosetti – Employee insurance plan b) Michelle Davison – City Council Agenda c) Tim Moseley – Alice Moseley Museum and firehouse trailer d) Angelyn Zeringue, President Southgroup Insurance – Insurance plan 2. City Clerk/Comptroller’s Report a) Cash Balances…
A camp here, some sheds there.
Hancock County Farmers Market on Longfellow Road in Bay St. Louis opens today at 8 a.m. and runs until noon or when vendors sell out. Shop fresh and local every Saturday.
This bench on Beach Boulevard at St. Charles Street is the one consistent element in my daily beach walks. The clouds, the water, even the sand beach changes every day. Here are a few of the bench photos I’ve taken over the last couple of years.