Just six building permits were sold in the City of Mountain Home in February, according to Jeannie Anderson from the Building Inspection Department.
Topping the list was a permit to Crownover Company for a new residence at 76 Olympic Drive. The 3,341-square-foot residence has a construction value of $413,000.
The second largest permit was also for a new residence. The permit was issued to Brandon Barner & Hobbs, with the home to be located at 28 Colonial Court. The 2,604-square-foot residence has a construction value of $230,000.
A building permit was sold to Rogue Architects for a remodel project on behalf of McDonald’s Corporation, located at 1019 U.S. Highway 62 East. The project has a construction value of $45,000.
The fourth building permit was issued to Nancy Lee Duquette for a 384-square-foot storage building to be located at 1165 East Ninth Street. The storage building project has a construction value of $500.
Completing the building permit list are two pole signs. Both permits were issued to Oxford Signs, with the first to be located at Carl Wayne’s Nursery, 1151 East Ninth Street, with a construction value of $3,000. The second will be located at Overhead Doors, located at 1551 U.S. Highway 62 East. The construction value of the project is $1,300.
Total construction value of the six permits issued in February was $692,800.
The cost of all permits issued for the month of February totaled $1,527, including the actual cost of building, electric, and plumbing permits.
The City of Mountain Building Inspection Department handled 25 inspections for the month.
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