2007-02-22 / News of Record

Town Hall records

Building permits

Carmele Hill and B. Reed received a permit Feb. 13 to move most of an existing house eastward onto a new foundation and add a new bedroom suite, kitchen, and garage at 159 Longfellow

Rd., work estimated to cost $250,000.

Mechanical permits

Arthur Milot received a permit Feb. 9 to install a natural vented LP gas stove and vent it up into an existing factory, built an all fuels chimney with a 4-inch aluminum chimney-length liner at 60 Walnut St., work estimated to cost $2,450.

Arthur Milot received a permit on Feb. 15 to install a propane tank and gas line to gas stove at 60 Walnut St., work estimated to cost $350.

Kekin Shah received a permit Feb. 20 to install a 2.5-ton and 3-ton hydro air- conditioning units with duct work at 8 Reise Rd., work estimated to cost $13,000.

Sidney Waller received a permit Feb. 20 to install radiant heat in the first floor of an addition and under kitchen floor at 7 Beavertail Rd., work estimated to cost $5,300.

Electrical permits

Clifford Kurz received a permit Feb. 13 to service and revamp wiring of anaddition and remodeling work at 56 Wright Lane, work estimated to cost $15,500.

Peter Johnstone received a permit Feb. 13 to rewire for a new bath and relocate existing devices at 40 Clarke St., work estimated to cost $1,000.

William Carey received a permit Feb. 13 to replace a control and keypad for an alarm system at 265 Highland Drive, work estimated to cost $625.

James Donnelly received a permit Feb. 13 to wire a single-family home for power, lights, phone, and cable at 100 Garboard St., work estimated to cost $18,000.

James Donnelly received a permit Feb. 13 to install temporary service at 100 Garboard St., work estimated to cost $100.

Earl Culp received a permit Feb. 20 to upgrade an existing service to 200 amps at 50 Keel Ave., work estimated to cost $1,800.

Plumbing permits

Brian Petite received a permit Feb. 13 to install new plumbing at 412 Seaside Drive, work estimated to cost $15,000.

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