Car wash demolition among permits sold in MH in April

The planned demolition of a car wash was among the building permits issued by the City of Mountain Home in April, according to a report from Roberta Pack in the Building Inspection Department.The permit was sold to Verlin Huett at a cost of $75 for the demolition of a car wash located at 800 Sanford Lane.

The city also issued a permit to Combs Construction for a commercial addition to Delta Medical, a medical supply business located at 401 State Highway 5 North. The construction value of the project is $50,000 for a 715-square-foot heated space.

Two residential building permits were issued in April. The first was issued to Chris Nosari for a 900-square-foot unheated detached garage, with a construction value of $60,000. The second was issued to Terry Sambo for a 192-square-foot heated studio and closet, with a construction value of $30,000.

Three sign permits were issued in April.

The permits included one issued to Quality Signs for an addition at Ohmies Vape and Glass Emporium, located at 322 U.S. Highway 62 East, with a construction cost of $7,500.

The other two permits were issued to Oxford Signs and Neon for Home Town Behavioral, located at 353 East Eighth Street, with a construction value of $625, and to Hannah I Brows LLC, located at 1107 U.S. Highway 62 East, with a construction value of $100.

Total construction value of the eight permits issued in April was $149,725.

The cost of all permits issued for the month of April totaled $3,860, including the actual cost of building, electric, and plumbing permits.

The city building and inspection department handled 79 inspections for the month.

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