New restaurant among 9 building permits issued in MH in December

A building permit for a new restaurant was among the nine issued by the City of Mountain Home in December, according to a report from Jeannie Anderson from the Building Inspection Department.

The report indicates a permit was issued to Gregory Co. Inc. on behalf of Schlotzsky’s, located at 1012 U.S. Highway 62 East. The 1,800-square-foot project has a construction value of $943,612.

A sign permit was issued to Oxford Signs and Neon on behalf of Ballard and Company, LTD. The project, located at 668 U.S. Highway 62 East at the former location of First Federal and Bear State banks, has a construction value of $4,800.

Sign permits were also issued to Ken’s Signs on behalf of Subway for locations at 701 U.S. Highway 62 East and 40 Plaza Way, #40, with a combined construction value of $12,129; and to Ayres Sign Company on behalf of O’Reilly Auto Parts for its location at 1874 U.S. Highway 62 East. The project has a construction value of $1,750.

Construction continues along Superior Way for Leisure Homes’ residential development. The latest permit was issued to T&E Construction for a triplex to be located at 2052, 2056 and 2060 Superior Way. The 3.768-square-foot project has a construction value of $258,000.

A permit was issued to Rendale Holdings for a remodel located at 10 East Seventh Street. The 3,000-square-foot project has a construction value of $150,000.

A permit was issued to Tom Carter on behalf of Lori Cantrell for an addition to be located at 507 Kirby Drive. The 624-square-foot project has a construction value of $69,000.

The final permit was issued to David Farris for a storage building to be located at the Bob Davis Veterans Center, located at 421 East Ninth Street. The project has a construction value of $100.

Total construction value of the nine permits issued in December was $1.443 million.

The cost of all permits issued for the month of December totaled $6,436, including the actual cost of building, electric, mechanical and plumbing permits.

The city building and inspection department handled 44 inspections for the month.

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