Friday, October 28
–Special Needs Halloween Costume Ball
Tuesday, November 1
-Council Meeting, 6:00
Sunday, November 6
–Daylight Savings Time begins
–Move clocks backward 1 hour before going to bed Saturday night!
Tuesday, November 15
-Council Meeting, 1:30
Sunday, November 20
–Special Needs Thanksgiving Dinner, 11:00
Tuesday, November 22
-Council Meeting, 1:30
Friday, December 2
–Christmas Parade, 5:30
–Christmas on the Town Green, 6:30
Saturday, December 3
– Christmas on the Water Boat Parade, 6:00
Friday, December 16
–Special Needs Christmas Dance, 6:00
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(08/19/16) HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS (MDOT)
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(10/26/16) The vacation of the southernmost end of Beach View Avenue was approved by the City Council at Tuesday’s meeting, clearing the way for the two parcels adjacent to the vacated roadway to be included in the RV park now under construction.
(10/25/16) North Pole Calling is a program designed by the City of Biloxi Parks & Recreation Department and co-sponsored by the Biloxi Fire Department, Biloxi Police Department, and Biloxi High School JROTC. This program offers children in Pre-School, Kindergarten, First and Second grades an opportunity to talk directly with Santa Claus and his Elves on Wednesday, December 15 and Thursday, December 15. Click here to see/download the form to make this possible for your young child.
(10/21/16) Residents of Briarfield subdivision… The Planning Commission unanimously approved (12-0) vacating the Beach View loop after a public hearing October 6. The property on either side of that portion of Beach View is already appropriately zoned for the proposed RV park, a portion of which will be located there in Phase II development. The developer is required to provide a buffer around the north, west, and south sides of the property to prevent RV traffic from circulating through the Briarfield subdivision. This matter is on the Council Agenda for Tuesday, October 25, 1:30. Those interested in speaking on this matter, either For or Against, will have one more opportunity to make their feelings known to the Council with 3 minutes under Citizen Comments.
(10/18/16) The Balmoral Avenue (Edgewater Park) drainage project is almost complete. A walk-through was conducted last week to develop a punch list of items to be completed before the project is considered “finished” and the contractor’s final pay application can be presented to the city council for approval. Those residents on Balmoral who have concerns that some contractual aspects of this project are still incomplete, for example, the grassing issue on either side of the roadway, are encouraged to e-mail me firstname.lastname@example.org so I can follow up on your concerns prior to council’s approval of the final pay application.
(10/17/16) At tomorrow’s Council meeting a Second Reading relating to berth/slip rates for charter boat and repair rates will occur. Briefly, at the Point Cadet Marina and Biloxi Small Craft Harbor, the berth slip fee for charter boats will be established at $3.00/foot/month; vessels under repair (inoperable) will be charged $2.00/foot/month plus various standard fees, e.g., power utility fee, environmental fee, etc. Click here to read the Resolution.
(10/17/16) Update: Repair work on Churchill Avenue is complete, except for the paving, which will be done in the near future, based on the contractor’s paving schedule.
(10/10/16) Repair work on Churchill Avenue will begin this week to repair a depression around the manhole at the intersection of Bay Vista Drive and Churchill Avenue. Expect the road to be closed while this work is underway.
(10/06/16) Update on the Beach View Drive vacation… the Planning Commission unanimously approved (12-0) vacating the Beach View loop; the property on either side of that portion of Beach View is already appropriately zoned for the proposed RV park, a portion of which will be located there. The developer will be required to provide a buffer around the north, west, and south sides of the property to prevent RV traffic from circulating through the Briarfield subdivision. This matter will appear on the Council Agenda of October 18 or October 25, depending on when the hearing transcript is completed and available. Those interested in speaking on this matter will have 3 minutes under Citizen Comments to address the Council.
(10/05/16) Is your child 3 to 6 years of age and interested in soccer? If so, sign him or her up for the Start Smart Soccer Program. Through the program, children will be taught the basics of soccer such as kicking, passing and trapping. The program is limited to 20 participants. Read the flyer for more information. Registration is now underway…
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