Bay St. Louis issued permits for five projects during the week of March 19-23 with total valuation of $939,339 and fees totaling $7,035. Three permits were for a house, a guest house and a barn at one address on South Beach Boulevard. The other permits were for a residential remodel and a dock.
Plus, fixing a mistake in the zoning ordinance.
Bay St. Louis report coming up next
Jan’s back at the Hancock County Farmers Market this morning along with the other wonderful vendors selling fresh produce, baked goods and more on Longfellow in Bay St. Louis.
A Tuesday double feature.
Let’s catch up on two weeks of permits from Bay St. Louis. During the week of March 5-9, the building department issued three permits totaling $371,385 and fees of $2,629. Two permits were for docks on Edith Street and Manhattan Drive and one was for a house on McDonald Lane. One permit was issued during…
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Smokin’ Jo’s BBQ opens today and Chef Rickey will be cooking at the Bodega Parrot Head Bar and Grill starting on Thursday. For all the details, go to The Shoofly Magazine ( https://www.bslshoofly.com/big-buzz-2018).
A little bit of everything.