What's Up, Waveland - May 2016
Waveland Alderman Jeremy Burke keeps us up to date on the St. Clare Festival, a Hancock Chamber After-Hours event at Treasures by the Bay and a change in city sanitation service.
In addition to the festival, the 4th annual St. Clare Seafood Festival 5K race will take place on the Waveland boardwalk on Saturday, May 28 at 8 a.m. See run/walk registration details here. Packet pickups are Friday at the festival from 6-8 p.m. and Saturday at 7 a.m.
Please make plans to have a good time while supporting St. Clare this Memorial Day weekend.
Come out and join Treasures of the Bay on May 19 from 5-7 p.m. for their Hancock Chamber After Hours Luau Party. Shop one of Waveland’s finest businesses while eating and drinking Hawaiian style in the heart of Waveland. Treasures of the Bay is located at 1804 Nicholson Avenue. This event is free and is open to public. Aloha!
Waveland has a new sanitation collection provider. Hancock County Solid Waste Authority awarded a 3-year contract to Mississippi Gulf Coast based Team Waste. Beginning Monday, May 2, Team Waste will provide service to Waveland.
Don’t worry: your service will not be interrupted. Trash pickup days will remain the same; however, due to scheduling, the time of pickup may be different. Please have your trash out by 7 on the morning of your regular pickup day.
Jenna Bennett of Team Waste said, “We are grateful for the opportunity to provide service for Hancock County residents and look forward to working with you all. Team Waste strives to provide quality service with customer satisfaction being our number one priority. If you have any questions about your service, please call Team Waste at (228) 328-1820 and press 1 for customer service.”
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