2010-09-16 / News of Record

TOWN HALL RECORDS

Building permits

John and Susan Plowden received a permit Sept. 9 to build an addition to an existing house according to plan at 45 Calvert Place. Work estimated to cost $150,000.

Brian Buck and Carol Trocke received a permit Sept. 9 to reshingle a house and replace three windows at 95 Clinton Ave. Work estimated to cost $5,000.

Peter French received a permit Sept. 13 to re-frame and replace a garage door at 95 America Way. Work estimated to cost $1,500.

Thomas Drew and William O’Farrell received a permit Sept. 13 to erect a tent for a wedding reception at 951 Ft. Getty Rd. Work estimated to cost $2,686.50.

Paul Housberg and Sheila Haggerty received a permit Sept. 13 to erect a tent Oct. 2 and dismantle it Oct. 3 at 875 North Main Rd. Work estimated to cost $1,400.

David and Sally Ryan received a permit Sept. 13 to re-side an existing house at 101 Melrose Ave. Work estimated to cost $35,000.

Dan and Karen Nerri received a permit Sept. 9 to construct a new home with attached garage at 34 Marine Ave. Work estimated to cost $300,000.

Prudence Sellers received a permit Sept. 9 to replace a roof at 48 Clarke St. Work estimated to cost $4,700.

Electrical permits

Milcent Inc. received a permit Sept. 9 to remodel and wire a kitchen, baths, two bedrooms and a family room for power and lighting at 234 Capstan St. Work estimated to cost $5,000.

Mechanical permits

Ed Kurtz received a permit Sept. 9 to install a new direct vent oil-fired hot water boiler and tank at 58 Southwest Ave. Work estimated to cost $7,800.

John Mayers received a permit Sept. 13 to install a gas stove and venting at 76 Whittier Rd. Work estimated to cost $1,500.

Ken Lynch received a permit Sept. 13 to install two central A/C systems at 130 Frigate St. Work estimated to cost $20,000.

Paul Petterson received a permit Sept. 9 to install a gas pipe to house fixtures at 20 Courageous Ct. Work estimated to cost $1,600.

Plumbing permits

Ed Kurtz received a permit Sept. 9 to plumb a basement at 58 Southwest Ave. Work estimated to cost $4,800.

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