2009-01-22 / News of Record

TOWN HALL RECORDS

Building permits

Mitch Berg and Leni Klaimitz received a permit Jan. 20 to renovate a house according to plan at 62 Whittier Rd., work estimated to cost $100,000.

Electrical permits

Sterns Farm Realty LLC received a permit Jan. 14 to rewire an existing house to code and install a 100-amp circuit breaker at 199 Summit Ave., work estimated to cost $8,000.

Bill and Ann Deffley received a permit Jan. 15 to install outlets, lighting and appliances in the kitchen at 161 Intrepid Lane, work estimated to cost $1,000.

Sheehan's Way LLC received a permit Jan. 15 to install temporary service at 49 North Main Rd., work estimated to cost $200.

Island Properties LLC received a permit Jan. 15 to install temporary service at 26 Pardon Tucker Place, work estimated to cost $250.

Mechanical permits Gregory Welch and Michael Rembijias received a permit Jan. 12 to install a power vent and oil burner at 45 Beach Ave., work estimated to cost $1862.

Gregory Welch and Michael Rembijias received a permit Jan. 12 to install a wood burning fireplace with pipe chimney at 45 Beach Ave., work estimated to cost $5,500.

Louis Head received a permit Jan. 14 to install a gas fired hydronic heating system with baseboard at 129 East Shore Rd., work estimated to cost $4,500.

Robert A. J. Manni received a permit Jan. 15 to replace an existing oil tank and one zone of heat to a new bedroom at 62 Spirketing St., work estimated to cost $1,000.

Matthew and Susan Kennedy received a permit Jan. 15 to install radiant and baseboard heating system at 175 Narragansett Ave., work estimated to cost $29,450.

Jack Sheehan received a permit Jan. 15 to install two oil tanks at 98 Clarke St., work estimated to cost $1,500.

Plumbing permits

Louis Head received a permit Jan. 14 to install a full bath, laundry and kitchen at 129 East Shore Rd., work estimated to cost $4,200.

Bill and Ann Deffley received a permit Jan. 14 to install a kitchen sink at 161 Intrepid Lane, work estimated to cost $1,800.

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