Ocean Springs aldermen and Mayor Connie Moran discuss changing the city’s regulation of bed-and-breakfasts Jan. 17. Moran decided not to veto an ordinance that requires 60 percent neighbor approval before a residence can be used as a bed-and-breakfast.
Ocean Springs aldermen and Mayor Connie Moran discuss changing the city’s regulation of bed-and-breakfasts Jan. 17. Moran decided not to veto an ordinance that requires 60 percent neighbor approval before a residence can be used as a bed-and-breakfast. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com File
Ocean Springs aldermen and Mayor Connie Moran discuss changing the city’s regulation of bed-and-breakfasts Jan. 17. Moran decided not to veto an ordinance that requires 60 percent neighbor approval before a residence can be used as a bed-and-breakfast. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com File

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