Gerald Blessey makes the case for a new waterfront plan, which would bring back piers to the city, during a Biloxi Planning Commission meeting last month. The City Council on Tuesday held the first reading of the ordinance that would allow the plan.
Gerald Blessey makes the case for a new waterfront plan, which would bring back piers to the city, during a Biloxi Planning Commission meeting last month. The City Council on Tuesday held the first reading of the ordinance that would allow the plan. Tim Isbell ttisbell@sunherald.com File
Gerald Blessey makes the case for a new waterfront plan, which would bring back piers to the city, during a Biloxi Planning Commission meeting last month. The City Council on Tuesday held the first reading of the ordinance that would allow the plan. Tim Isbell ttisbell@sunherald.com File

Biloxi now a step closer to bringing back piers to waterfront

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