$2.1M in residential construction tops MH building permits

Over $2.1 million in residential construction tops the list of building permits issued by the City of Mountain Home in August, according to a report from Jeannie Anderson from the Building Inspection Department. The permits cover multiple four-plex housing units, along with six single family homes.

Three permits were issued to Allen Conrad on behalf of owner Paige Properties to construct four-plex units along North Star Circle off Coley Drive. Each of the three 4,620-square-foot developments has a construction value of $385,150.

A permit was issued to Absolute Tile for a single family home to be constructed at 2016 Osage Lane. The 1,888-square-foot residence has a construction value of $185,000.

The remaining five permits for residential construction were issued to MGAH Construction on behalf of owner M Properties. All five single family home projects will be built along Spring Mill Drive. The square footage ranges from 1,502 square feet to 1,900. Two of the homes have a construction value of $135,000, one is at $165,000, and two are at $175,000.

Also on the list of permits issued in August was one for a demolition issued to SCR RC Funding Investments for property located at 1508 U.S. Highway 62 West. The construction value of the demolition is listed at $50,000.

Two storage buildings and five sign permits round out the August report.

A permit was issued to Tuff Stuff/Home Depot for owner Debbie Pouche for a 96-square-foot storage building at 712 Ohio Avenue. The construction value of the building is $2,583.

The second storage building permit was issued to Morzette Chaffee for a 400-square-foot structure to be located at 1617 Cross Street. The construction value of the building is $100.

Topping the sign permits was one issued to Anderson LED Signs for owner Southern Breeze Real Estate, located at 1422 U.S. Highway 62 West. The construction value of the sign is $29,900.

Three permits were issued to Dijohn Designs. The three included ASI Insurance, located at 1002 U.S. Highway 62 East with a construction value of $4,000; Homegrown Investments, located at 156 South Main Street with a construction value of $2,800; and This Old Attic, located at 307 South Main Street, with a construction value of $2,200.

The remaining sign permit was issued to Scott Owens for Auntie Ann’s, located at 1610 U.S. Highway 62 East, with a construction value of $100.

Total construction value of the 17 permits issued in August was $2.2 million.

The cost of all permits issued for the month of August totaled $3,445, including the actual cost of building, electric and plumbing.

The city building and inspection department handled 57 inspections for the month.

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