2006-06-01 / News of Record

Town Hall Records

The following construction permits were filed recently in Town Hall:

Building permits

Dee Bates received a permit May 22 to sheet rock the second floor of a house at 417 Beacon Ave., work estimated to cost $8,000.

Jim Turenne received a permit May 22 to build a 12by 33foot deck on the back of the house at 35 Buoy St., work estimated to cost $2,500.

Randall and Rena Tyson received a permit May 23 to make interior modification and add a master bath addition to the house at 229 Seaside Drive, work estimated to cost $150,000.

Barbara Cournoyer received a permit May 23 to renovate the kitchen and living room at 182 Beach Ave., work estimated to cost $30,000.

Brian and Stephanie Cotsonas received a permit May 23 to construct a 414 square foot addition to a house at 24 Columbia Ave., work estimated to cost $50,000.

Brian Bryer received a permit May 24 to build an in-ground pool on property at 20 Prospect Ave., work estimated to cost $10,000.

Anne M. Livingston received a permit May 24 to install 20 replacement windows in a house at 14 Howland Ave., work estimated to cost $11,220.

The Town of Jamestown received a permit May 24 to erect tents at Ft. Getty for the race on June 4, no estimate of work given.

Electrical permits

Sunrise Group LLC received a permit May 22 t5o install security and communications systems in a house at 292 East Shore Rd., work estimated to cost $4,000.

Katherine Cunkelman received a permit May 22 to rewire the house at 13 Whittier Rd., work estimated to cost $5,000.

Robert Van Cleef received a permit May 22 to install audio wiring in a house at 133a Frigate St., work estimated to cost $900.

Tarek Whebe received a permit May 23 to relocate the service underground at 566 East Shore Rd., work estimated to cost $10,000.

McQuade's Marketplace received a permit May 23 to wire a new salad bar and rotisserie at 5 Clarke St., work estimated to cost $1,200.

Hans Bunaes received a permit May 23 to wire the house at 25 Hull Cove St., work estimated to cost $9,500.

Mechanical permits

Connie Slick received a permit May 24 to run a new gasline to the stove at 49 Narragansett Ave., work estimated to cost $1,200.

Volunteer at the community farm

Volunteers are needed Saturday to help plant the 3.5acre Jamestown Community Farm, which is on the corner of East Shore Road and the old Eldred Avenue.

Saturday hours are 9 a.m. to noon, and there will be volunteer sessions each Tuesday and Thursday from 6 p.m. till dusk.

Everyone is welcome to help out.

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