The Biloxi City Council will meet twice this afternoon, at 1:30 to consider an agenda of more than two dozen items before convening a special meeting to hear a report from the Coast Transit Authority on its services and potential services in Biloxi.

Both meetings will be at City Hall and are open to the public.

The 1:30 p.m. agenda features two planning issues, both involving re-zoning land for proposed subdivisions, and measures concerning the city's ongoing infrastructure work.

The CTA presentation, which will begin immediately after the 1:30 p.m. meeting, is a follow-up to the public transit's agency receiving an additional $65,000 in last week's council meeting.

Said Biloxi Chief Administrative Officer David Nichols: "The leaders of Coast Transit are going to give the City Council an update on the services they provide in Biloxi, but, more importantly, let councilmembers know what additional federal funds would be available for expanded services, if CTA had a match in local funding."
See the agenda for the 1:30 p.m. meeting
See an overview of CTA services, funding, etc.

 

News and notes

Road status: All roadways that had been closed Monday because of flooding are re-open. To see the status on roadwork throughout the city, click here.

City social media: Followers of the city's Facebook and Twitter accounts received updated status reports on flooding on Monday. To see how you can follow the city on Facebook or Twitter for breaking news, click here.

DRC agenda: The Development Review Committee, a multi-department city group that reviews plans for new construction, will see plans for the proposed LaQuinta Inn & Suites at U.S. 90 and Hopkins and a new building at Big Play arcade on west beach. To see the agenda for the meeting Wednesday morning at the Community Development Department, click here.

 

 

Released by Biloxi Public Affairs Manager Vincent Creel