Building permits: strip mall conversion, additions & sheds

And a pool.

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Bay Council agenda: Historic Preservation, code enforcement & curbside recycling

Agenda Bay Saint Louis City Council Meeting May 22, 2018 5:30 p.m. 1. Public Hearings a) 123 Harrison Court b) 350 Keller Street c) 4134 Eleventh Street d) 10034 Quail Way e) 5057 California Street 2. Code Enforcement a) Code Enforcement Ward Report b) Set for Public Hearing for June 19, 2018 – 259 Washington…

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More building permits: mostly houses

The Bay St. Louis Building Department issued five permits during the week of May 7-11. Total valuation was $682,503 and fees totaled $5,631. The four residential permits were for a remodel on Washington Street and new residences on Honshu Street, Avenue E and Henley Place. St. Stanislaus got a commercial permit to remodel the school’s…

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Building permits: small & large projects

Hancock County’s Building Department issued six permits during the week of May 7-11 with total value of $386,085 and fees of $1,899. Five of the permits were for residential projects: a car port, a barn with a lean-to on each side, a shed, a bathroom addition to a house and a new house on Crazy…

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Bay Council agenda: P&Z apps, appointments & ordinances

Agenda Bay Saint Louis City Council Meeting May 8, 2018 5:30 p.m. 1. Guests a) Helene Loiacano – Present Bay Saint Louis Police Department with a gift of $800.00 2. Public Forum – Agenda Items Only (Must sign in and 3 minute time limit) 3. City Clerk/Comptroller’s Report a) Consent Agenda – Spread  Cash…

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Building permits: more than a million

Waveland’s Building Department issued 11 permits valued at $1,076,695 with fees totaling $4,311. Ten permits were for residential projects: an addition to a house on Road 366, construction of a ramp with a shed on Crane Street, a car port on Highway 53, a shed on 9th Avenue, another shed on Hunter Drive, and new…

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