The number of business licenses issued by the City of Mountain Home in August doubled over the previous month, according to a report from Jeannie Anderson in the Building Inspection Department.Records indicate eight licenses were issued in July, with August’s report showing an increase to 16.
Among the 16 licenses were a chiropractor, a wellness studio and a health fitness gym.
A license was issued to Faron LeGarde for LeGarde Chiropractic and Wellness, located at 230 Arkansas Highway 5 North, Suite 30. Licenses were also issued to Joanna Straka for Body and Soul Wellness Studio, a wellness workshop, located at 106 East Seventh Street; and to Justin Batterton for Redemption Health & Fitness, a health fitness gym, located at 419 South Main Street.
Licenses were also issued to Casey Drennin for North Arkansas Speech Services, a speech therapy clinic, located at 400 South College, Suite 3; Jimmy and Melissa Kasinger for Jimos RV Park, located at 424 County Road 390; Brenda Burns for Crazy Dave’s Discount Center, a retail store, located at 408 Arkansas Highway 201 North; Jason and Deborah Lund for Lund Upholstery, located at 1106 U.S. Highway 62 East; Debbie Spangenberg for Storage World, a mini storage, located at 211 Morris Street; and to Tom Embach for Professional Property Management, located at 315 West Sixth Street, Suite 1.
Licenses were issued to five home-based businesses. The five include ones to Ramey McCracken for The Penned Existence LLC, a writing services business; Jacob Cotterell for Ridge Top Logistics, a cable installation business; Edward Lamb for North Arkansas Tree Service; Hunter King for Yard Barber, a lawn service business, and KPM Landscapes & Design; and Scott Weems for AR Sky Pix, an aerial/drone photography business.
The final license was a 30-day permit issued to Scott Owens for Auntie Ann’s, a food truck business.
Total licensing revenue for August was $5,364, including alcohol tax, occupational and pet licenses and garage sales.
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