Post-Katrina funds bring wealth of public buildings to the Mississippi Gulf Coast
by Lynn Lofton
Published: March 19,2012
Tags: Bay St. Louis, Billy Skellie, BILOXI, Chipper McDermott, Community Development Block Grants, FEMA, Fontainebleau Emergency Shelter and Community Center, Glenn Currie, Gulf of America, gulf of mexico, Hancock County, Hurricane Katrina, JBHM Architects, Jefferson Davis Avenue, Ken Flanagan, Long Beach, Mississippi, Mississippi Business Journal, Mississippi Development Authority, Pass Christian, Princy Harrison, Rotary Club, Starks Construction Co.
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