Brent Warr, Gulfport mayor during Hurricane Katrina, in 2011 shows the improvements he and his father were making to the old Colonial Bakery building on Pass Road, approved Thursday as a transitional living center for homeless people looking to better themselves.
Brent Warr, Gulfport mayor during Hurricane Katrina, in 2011 shows the improvements he and his father were making to the old Colonial Bakery building on Pass Road, approved Thursday as a transitional living center for homeless people looking to better themselves. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com
Brent Warr, Gulfport mayor during Hurricane Katrina, in 2011 shows the improvements he and his father were making to the old Colonial Bakery building on Pass Road, approved Thursday as a transitional living center for homeless people looking to better themselves. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com

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