The Ocean Springs Board of Alderman has agreed to allow the developers of a waterfront condominium project to move forward with their development plans.
Board members voted Tuesday night to remove the hold the city had placed on issuing a building permit for the Ocean Pointe Condominiums.
Developers want to build a five story, 112 unit project near the foot of Martin Avenue on front beach.
Aldermen instructed the mayor to review the records to be certain the developers and the city have followed the proper procedures in allowing the project to move forward.
"To work with the building and planning departments to review all of the issues that have been raised, the variances and the zoning and the number of units and density. Just to make sure everything has gone along legally and in accordance with our ordinance," Mayor Connie Moran said.
The Ocean Pointe Condominium project was approved by the city's planning commission in April of 2005.