The construction project for a new church topped the list of building permits issued by the City of Mountain Home in November, according to a report from Jeannie Anderson from the Building Inspection Department.
The permit was issued to Bill Worman for the City on a Hill Church to be located at 225 Drillers Road. The 10,068-square-foot project has a construction value of $600,000.
The remaining building permits for construction projects in November were all residential related.
Topping the list of residential construction was a permit issued to Americom Construction Company for a duplex to be located at 303 West Sixth Street. The project has a construction value of $390,000. It consists of 1,956 square feet of heated construction and 2,356 unheated.
A permit was issued to T&E Construction on behalf of Leisure Homes for a triplex to be located at 2040, 2044 and 2048 Superior Way. The project has a construction value of $258,000. It consists of 3,768 square feet of heated construction and 1,620 unheated.
Two permits were issued to Zack Horne of Horne Properties for single family residences to be located at 1667 and 1671 Horne Circle. The projects have a construction value of $100,000 each. They consist of 1,050 square feet of heated construction.
The list of nine permits issued in November also included one to Fred Weese for the construction of a 600-square-foot storage building. The structure to be located at 801 Shiras Street has a construction value of $30,000.
Three sign permits rounded out the November report.
A permit was issued to Anderson LED signs on behalf of Holly’s Jewelry, located at 1610 U.S. Highway 62 East. The project has a construction value of $29,800.
A permit was issued to Arkansas Sign and Neon on behalf of Dollar General Store #22161, located at 1344 U.S. Highway 62 West. The project has a construction value of $10,000.
The third sign permit was issued to Scott Owens for Auntie Anne’s Food Truck, located at 1610 U.S. Highway 62 East. The project has a construction value of $80.
Total construction value of the nine permits issued in November was $1.517 million.
The cost of all permits issued for the month of November totaled $2,764, including the actual cost of building, electric, mechanical and plumbing permits.
The city building and inspection department handled 42 inspections for the month.
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