This section of the Reviving the Renaissance report involves the first 156 pages of the 214-page report. This section outlines the recommendations of more than 200 Biloxians who served on a dozen quality-of-life issue committees. Click on the various links below to see their respective reports and recommendations. (A link to Part II of the RTR report, the Living Cities component that focused on east Biloxi, is at the bottom of this page)
Coming Back, the mission of the RTR initiative, as outlined by Mayor A.J. Holloway (To see the mayor’s video overview, click here.)
Introduction, an overview by the RTR director, retired Air Force Gen. Clark Griffith
The Biloxi Team, a listing of elected leaders and members of various subcommittees
From Camille to Katrina: Lessons Learned, a commentary from the Governor’s Commission
Seafood Industry/Marine Resources
Health and Human Services
Conclusion, closing observations by RTR Director Clark Griffith
Summary of Recommendations
Appendix A – Mississippi Renaissance Garden and Cultural Center
Appendix B – East Biloxi Community Center Expansion
Appendix C – USM Relocation Plan
Appendix D – Wireless Internet Upgrade
Appendix E – GOZone
Appendix F – Vacancy fines
Appendix G – Non-Governmental Organizations
Appendix H — Mental Health in the Post-Katrina Era
To download a PDF of all of Part I: Coming Back (11.54 MB), right click here.
To see Part II: Moving Forward, the Living Cities component that focused on east Biloxi, click here.
To see the Point Cadet aerial artist’s rendering from the Living Cities report, click here.