Get to the Hancock County Farmers Market today and check out the new vendors. They’re selling delicious pastries and pickled quail eggs and handcrafts. The market on Longfellow Drive in Bay St. Louis opens at 8 a.m. and closes at noon. Go early because your favorites might sell out before closing time.
The Hancock County Building Department issued two new permits during the week of Feb. 12-16 for residential projects totaling $132,593 in value and $685 in fees. One house is being built on Lake Drive and a storage building with utilities in being built on Eugene E. Ladner Road.
AGENDA BAY ST. LOUIS CITY COUNCIL WORKSHOP FEBRUARY 20, 2018 4:30 p.m. 1. Recycling 2. Public Forum (Agenda Items Only) 3. Council business, requests and/or information 4. Adjourn If you would like to speak at Public Forum, please sign the Public Forum sign-in sheet before 4:45 p.m. as it will be pulled at that time.…
Let’s catch up with the Bay St. Louis building permits. Five projects were permitted recently, including four residential ones. New houses were permitted on Honshu, Fiber, Good and Cardinal streets. The one commercial permit was for work on the Hancock County Courthouse by Mandal’s. Total value on all permits was $1,201,628. Fees totaled $9,230.
Emma’s Famous Pralines from Slidell joins the Hancock County Farmers Market this morning and she’s already finding new fans among early shoppers. Shop with this new vendor and longtime favorites until noon, or until they sell out. Longfellow Road.
The council will be voting on P&Z items that include a drive thru coffee shop on Main Street and a zoning ordinance text amendment. And there’s a discussion of a school board reappointment. Dress comfortably and come early. AGENDA BAY ST. LOUIS CITY COUNCIL WORKSHOP FEBRUARY 6, 2018 4:30 p.m. 1. Amend 2017/2018 Bay Saint Louis…
Dessert for breakfast? OK.