Fireworks, golf carts on council agenda Tuesday

The shooting or possessing of fireworks has been illegal in Biloxi for years, but a measure being considered Tuesday by the City Council could make it legal to possess and shoot fireworks for the public two days a year: the Fourth of July and New Year’s Eve.

The measure is one of more than a dozen items on the agenda when the City Council meets Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 at City Hall. Also on the agenda: whether to endorse the use of so-called low speed vehicles, or golf carts, on thoroughfares in Biloxi.

News of the City Council meeting, a preview of the upcoming State of the City newsletter, and the latest on the COVID-19 pandemic are in today’s Biloxi A to Z report.
Facebook: See today’s report
YouTube: See today report
See the overall tracking chart
See the daily comparison chart
See the Harrison County 14-day chart
Mask Up, Biloxi (face covering required): Print your own sign (8.5 x 11)
See the White House and City Hall COVID-19 plans
The finale: See the Zeta debris tracking page

News & notes: Agenda, weekly reports, annual reports

Agenda: To see the City Council agenda and supporting documents for the meeting Tuesday, click here.

Weekly reports: You can get the inside story on key city departments by perusing their weekly reports. To see what happened in Biloxi last week, click here.

Annual reports: The February issue of BNews Monthly, with hgihlights of annual reports from key city departments, arrives in homes and bsuinesses across the city on Thursday and Friday. You can see an online version now by clicking here.