Two apartment units are among the 12 building permits issued by the City of Mountain Home during the month of July, according to Roberta Pack from the City of Mountain Home Building Inspection Department.
The two permits were issued to Norman Paige for eight-bedroom apartment buildings, with four baths, along with four one-half baths at a construction cost of $350,000 each. The apartment buildings will be located at 55 and 59 North Star Circle, off Coley Drive. The permits indicate the buildings will be 4,488-square-foot heated residences.
A third residential building permit was sold in July to Jeff Dunn for Dunnright Constructing, Inc. to be located at 1301 Wilshire Court, #1 and 2 on lot 19. The permit indicates the three-bedroom building with two baths will have 3,440 feet of heated space.
A permit was issued to Bryan Bell Construction for Robert and Mary Golden for a 418-foot heated addition, with a construction cost of $65,000.
Other permits were issued to Richard Czerwinski for a detached storage building, with a construction value of $43,500, Barbara Humphreys for an attached garage addition, with a construction cost of $5,000, and William and Mary Chamberlain for a detached carport, with a construction value of $1,500.
Two sign permits were issued in July. The two permits were issued to DiJohn Designs for Carters Jewel Chest, located at 860 Highway 62 East, #1, with a construction value of $4,850, and Solomon Hearing Center, located at 444 Hospital Drive, with a construction value of $2,500.
A permit for a lot split was issued to Strider Consulting for Dale Lindsay at a cost of $15.
A permit for a new driveway entrance to a vacant lot adjoining a residence was issued to David Strain for Chris and Kelley Nosari.
A 30-day sales permit for produce was issued to Moore Farms to be located at 517 Highway 62 East at the Daylight Donuts location at a cost of $50.
Total construction value of the 12 permits issued in July was $1,086,450.
The cost of all permits issued for the month of July totaled $2,263.80, including the actual cost of building, electric, mechanical and plumbing permits, as well as 30-day permits and lot splits.
The city building and inspection department handled 51 inspections for the month.
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