Five sign permits were issued in Mountain Home in January, according to Roberta Pack from the city's Building Inspection Department. The largest in the amount of $1,600 was for Ammo Zone at 1201 Highway 62B. The other permits were for Davita Kidney Care in the amount of $1,000 at 200 East Eighth Street, American Safeguard Insurance in the amount of $800 at 1004 Highway 62 East, Vacs Etc. in the amount of $600 at 217 South College Street, and S&S Bookkeeping in the amount of $400 at 101 East Fifth Street.
Two nonresidential and two residential building permits were issued during January.
The two nonresidential permits involved a driveway and a shed. The combined construction costs for the two projects was $3,500.
Two residential permits were issued for additions. The combined construction costs for the two projects was $20,000.
The value of permits issued in January totaled $27,900.
The cost of permits issued for the month of January totaled $1,668, including the actual cost of the building permits at $176, $347 for electrical permits, $347 for mechanical permits, and $805 for plumbing permits.
The city building and inspection department handled 67 inspections for the month.
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