2007-11-01 / News of Record

Town hall records

Building permits

James Britton received a permit on Oct. 24 to install a 6- by 4- foot access to a basement at 56 Reservoir Circle, work estimated to cost $2,500.

George Neale received a permit on Oct. 25 to re-roof a barn and construct a ladder rack shed at 71 Weeden Lane, work estimated to cost $700.

Christa Casey received a permit on Oct. 25 to shingle a roof on a house at 124 Southwest Ave., work estimated to cost $17,000.

Jamestown Four Corners, Inc., received a permit on Oct. 25 to strip and re-roof a building at 117 Narragansett Ave., work estimated to cost $2,000.

Max and Mary Joe Diem received a permit on Oct. 25 to demolish and rebuild a fountain, connect an existing well and septic system and build a new residence at 200 Gondola Ave., work estimated to cost $346,000.

Pat Venable received a permit on Oct. 26 to modify a basement into useable living space according to plan at 17 Avenue B, work estimated to cost $20,000.

Christopher Varrecchione received a permit on Oct. 26 to construct a wood framed single family dwelling with an attached garage at 10 Weatherly Court, work estimated to cost $675,000.

David Martin received a permit on Oct. 26 to replace shingles at 199 Summit Ave., work estimated to cost $16,300.

George Perrin received a permit on Oct. 26 to remodel a kitchen at 609 Beavertail Rd., work estimated to cost $25,000.

Nick Kouttab received a permit on Oct. 26 to install three replacement windows at 58 Keel Ave., work estimated to cost $4,147.

Ralph Weijlard received a permit on Oct. 26 to install four replacement windows at 59 Buoy St., work estimated to cost $1,196.

Electrical permits

Joe Casey received a permit on Oct. 23 to upgrade service to 200 amps at 2 Buoy St., work estimated to cost $3,000.

David and Mary Spitzman received a permit Oct. 24 to install 200 amp service and underground electrical service at 28 Howland Ave., work estimated to cost $2,000.

Bishop Family Trust received a permit on Oct. 24 to wire and install electrical service to a single family dwelling at 64 Bay View Drive, work estimated to cost $20,000.

Gertrude Bishop Trust received a permit on Oct. 24 to install temporary service and permanent service for a boathouse with an apartment on the second floor at 64 Bay View Drive, work estimated to cost $20,000.

Deken Schmidt received a permit on Oct. 25 to upgrade service to 200 amps and add 10 assorted outlets at 21 Columbia Ave., work estimated to cost $2,500.

Mechanical permits

Frank Fornari received a permit on Oct. 23 to install a gas furnace and air conditioning for a shed/studio including ductwork, flu, and related materials and devices at 137 Narragansett Ave., work estimated to cost $5,000.

Murray Investments received a permit on Oct. 25 to install a 1,000 gallon underground propane tank at 808 East Shore Rd., work estimated to cost $2,500.

Ray Herrmann received a permit on Oct. 25 to replace a boiler at 23 Union St., work estimated to cost $5,500.

David Goodburn received a permit on Oct. 25 to install piping and a gas range at 173 Hamilton Ave., work estimated to cost $500.

Michael Deck received a permit on Oct. 25 to replace an existing boiler and furnace and install air conditioning to a new addition at 15 Highland Ave., $2,700.

Samuel Reed received a permit on Oct 26 to install a 500-Gal. propane tank and run lines to all appliances at 159 Longfellow Rd., work estimated to cost $3,000.

James Haas received a permit on Oct. 26 to install three, 275-gallon Roth safety tanks at 95 Highland Drive, work estimated to cost $4,000.

John Taylor received a permit on Oct. 29 to replace a boiler and install a hot water maker and 275 gallon fuel tank at 64A Pemberton Ave., work estimated to cost $8,600.

Fred Clarke received a permit on Oct. 29 to replace a boiler at 146 Longfellow Rd., work estimated to cost $4,500.

George and Irene Dolos received a permit on Oct. 29 to install a sign previously located at 45 Narragansett Ave., to a new location at 23 Narragansett Ave., work estimated to cost $200.

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