Ocean Springs Unveils High Water Marker

Today, Ocean Springs also joined other coastal cities in officially unveiling their high water marker and plaques.
Ocean Springs is the only community in Jackson County where the marker and plaque will be put into place. Mayor Connie Moran joined with Ocean Springs aldermen, first responders, Supervisor Troy Ross, Pascagoula and Gautier mayors and other Jackson County officials to reflect on the growth of Jackson County since the storm.
Mayor Moran says moving on to recovery after the hurricane would not have been possible without these officials. “We developed policy for the rebuilding process that was very, very efficient. So, I wanted to invite the mayors here from Jackson County, county administrators, our supervisor Troy Ross, and, of course, the alderman. But, we’re most grateful to our public safety officers and our public works department.”
The high water maker was placed in the Ocean Springs Harbor Green, but will only be there temporarily until construction on the harbor is completed.

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