Hancock County’s Building Department issued five permits last week (Nov. 26-30) totaling $350,630 in value and $1,611 in fees.
The three residential permits were for construction of a single family home on Fenton Dedeaux Road, a new home on Creek Cove and construction of a new house on an existing slab on Wolf Creek Road.
One commercial permit was issued to Matthew Crittenden to install a 19-foot tall sign for his business at 19193 Highway 43. The valuation listed was $2,100 with fees of $22. The Port and Harbor Commission got a commercial permit for smoke partition and electrical service improvements on Road A. Valuation was $16,560 and fees were $144.
The Bay St. Louis Building Department permitted five residential projects last week totaling $304,977 in value and $2,955 in fees. The permits were for a new residential building on Gladstone Street, a roof on Athletic Drive and two residential remodel projects on Sunset Drive. Also, a tree permit for Demontluzin Avenue was issued.