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City of Waveland unveils $1.9 million project plans

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City of Waveland unveils $1.9 million project plans

City of Waveland unveils $1.9 million project plans

For some time, Waveland has been the only Coastal city in the state that has no public restrooms on the beach and it has never been home to a lighthouse.

As News 25’s Toni Miles shows us, that’s all about to change.


City of Waveland unveils $1.9 million project plans

- for some time, waveland has bee- the only coastal city in- our state that has no public- restrooms on the beach ... and- it has never been home to a - light house.- but as news 25's toni miles - shows us, that's all about to - change- come the end of summer when a - nearly $2 million dollar projec- is slated to wrap up.

- quick!- super quick!- - waveland mayor mike smith's - enthusiasm overflows as he talk- about the $1.9 million dollar - waveland lighthouse and public- pavilion project, now - underway.

- mayor mike smith, waveland: " that's where the lighthouse is- going to be where the - tractor or where the crane is."

A plan like this would have - seemed un-imaginable as - smith walked out to this same - stretch of beach as a - firefighter in- the wake of katrina.- now the city is making way for - lighthouse, something - waveland has never had.

- mayor mike smith, waveland: " the lighthouse itself is going- to be square like - the one at gulfport, gulfport - harbor.

It's going to be- amazing.

It truly is."

The project also helps to - alleviate a major concern - expressed over- the years, as outlined back in- 2016 when tourists- complained to news 25 about the- lack of a bathroom facility - at the waveland beach...an issu- alderman jeremy burke knows all- to well not only as a city- official, but also as a father.- alderman jeremy burke, waveland- ward 1: " i grew up down the road.

I remember- coming down here.

I have small- kids at home.

We'd come down an- enjoy, and- one of the issues is we always- have to come home early because- someone has to go to- the restroom."

Toni miles: " but relief is right around the corner.

The ne- project has a restroom facility- that will take the place of - these porti potties."

Alderman jeremy burke: " this new facility is going to allow- us to have bathroom - facilities, all the power that- we need, but it's also going to- attract some stuff we've been - lacking because of the lack of- bathroom facilities.

They have- interest from volleyball- tournaments that want to use ou- volleyball complex &lt; that's - already out here> - fishing rodeos &lt; splice >, and- then those celebrations that we- have at the veterans- memorial &lt;splice> it's going to- be very useful."

And mayor smith says this is- just a glimpse of more to come.- mayor mike smith, waveland: " s this is hopefully gong to light- the way for economic- development in waveland, hence- the lighthouse on top."

In waveland, toni miles, news - 25.

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