Hurricane Florence Volunteers
During the week of September 24 a group of Waveland residents led by Waveland public works director Brent Anderson, Waveland Fire Chief Tony Malini, Bo Humphrey and Mickey Lagasse went to North Carolina to feed the first-responders, other volunteers, and victims of Hurricane Florence.
The group spearheaded the disaster aid with help from Da Kitchen Too (714 U.S. 90 in Waveland).
What's Up, Waveland?
To make this an even better event, we invite residents and businesses to set up on Coleman Avenue and hand out candy.
If you are interested in setting up a booth or being a part of the event, please contact Raquel LaFontaine at Raquellafontaine@gmail.com(228-493-7246) or call Waveland City Hall at 228-467-4134.
Two reasons for Waveland’s current good financial position is because the city mill value increased to $62,400 and the sales tax revenue is up nearly 3% from the previous year. It is important for Waveland residents and weekenders to continue choosing to shop in local establishments and not online so Waveland will remain on good financial footing.