Blaine Lafontaine, President of the Hancock County Board of Supervisors, announced that due to Tropical Storm Gordon, the “State of the County Address” has been rescheduled to Thursday, September 13th at 8am at Hollywood Casino Gulf Coast in Bay St. Louis. The event is sponsored by member companies of the Hancock Chamber of Commerce and there is no fee to attend. To register, go to www.hancockchamber.org and click on the featured event on the home page.
LaFontaine represents District 3 and he will be joined by others members of the board: David Yarborough, District 1; Greg Shaw, District 2; Scotty Adam, District 4 and Darrin “Bo” Ladner from District 5.
“During this meeting, we want to present our accomplishments and introduce plans and recommendations on how we can move this county forward with a clear vision toward providing the quality of life our citizens deserve in Hancock County,” said LaFontaine.
The State of the County Address is hosted by the Hancock Chamber of Commerce and Hollywood Casino Gulf Coast. Presenting sponsors include: Gulf Regional Planning Commission, Southern Mississippi Planning and Development District, Compton Engineering, Hancock Whitney Bank, Silver Slipper Casino Hotel, James J. Chiniche Engineering and Surveying, American Medical Response, Goodwill of South Mississippi, and Mississippi Power Company. Supporting sponsors are: Pearl River Community College, Gil’s Crane, The Peoples Bank, Coast Electric Power Association and S & L Office Supplies.