Vintage shop to….limited industrial?
Hancock County’s Building Department issued 13 permits during the week of April 16-20. Three were for commercial projects and 10 were for residential work. The total valuation was $410,093 and fees totaled $2,351. The commercial permits were for the following: •a sign cabinet and letters on an ATM canopy for Hancock Whitney Bank at 16230…
Beautiful morning to shop at the Hancock County Farmers Market on Longfellow in Bay St. Louis. Open from 8 a.m. to noon or whenever vendors sell out.
Wine, cheese and charcuterie. Yes, please.
Also, there’s a 4:30 workshop today on city grants.
As promised, here are the permits issued by Hancock County’s Building Department during the week of April 9-13. Seven permits were issued for a total valuation of $351,359 and fees totaling $1,805. All the permits were for residential projects: a new house on East Marlin Street, a new storage building on Lower Bay Road,…
Bay St. Louis issued building permits for four projects from April 9-13. Total valuation was $615,393 and fees were $4,676. Three permits were for residential projects: new houses on Atlantis Drive and St. George and a car port on Third Street. Rene St. Paul got a permit for a commercial building at 594 Easterbrook Dr.…
A clean car in minutes.
Here’s the Historic Preservation Commission agenda for Monday, April 9th. The meeting starts at noon, at the City Council Conference Center, 598 Main Street. The public is welcome. See more about the HPC on its website – www.historicbsl.com