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Building Permits: Dec. 5 – Dec. 11, 2018

December 17, 2018

The following permits were issued by the Owensboro Metropolitan Planning Commission from December 5 to December 11:

 

1822 Celebration Circle, Jagoe Homes, Inc. Construct a single-family residence, 3,189 square feet.

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4740 Whistle Rock Court, Jagoe Homes, Inc. Construct a single-family residence, 1,827 square feet.

4755 Windstone Drive, Jagoe Homes, Inc. Construct a single-family residence, 3,313 square feet.

2759 Highway 140 East, James Goodall and Cristeena Studstill. Replace existing single-wide with modular, $79,040.

9446 Highway 258, Randall Wedding. Install new double-wide modular home, convert old home to accessory storage, $44,492.50

1212 Maple Avenue, Crabtree Holdings. Interior and exterior renovation, $35,000.

1919 Tim Tam Court, F&P Construction and Remodeling, LLP. Convert laundry room into bathroom, $22,483.

1049 West Harmons Ferry Road, Eric Tomes. Interior remodel, convert attached garage into living space, $5,200.

119 West Legion Boulevard, Jeffco Construction. Repair fire damaged residence, $5,000.

501 Walnut Street, Dustin Burden. Convert barber shop into bathroom, $8,000.

608 Frederica Street, Ryan McDaniel. Fill in north wall door opening with 2-hour CMU, $1,000.

4110 Highway 142, James Bickett. Construct a detached building and rear lean to, $20,000.

6087 Stephens Road, Martin and Jennifer Harris. Construct a detached building, $30,625.

6142 Boston Laffoon Road, Morris Custom Finishes. Construct a detached building, $8,400.

2734 Settles Road, Travis Lewis. Construct an unenclosed carport, $2,000.

2730 Middleground Drive, William Masterson. Construct a detached storage building, $7,000.

3714 Vanover Road, Andrew and Melanie England. Construct a new detached pole barn, $15,000.

2710 Heartland Crossing Boulevard, Custom Sign & Engineering, Inc. Install new signage, $1,580.

December 17, 2018

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