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Planning and Zoning Office issues $451,664 in permits


NEWPORT -- Permits issued during the month of July by the Newport Planning and Zoning Office

totaled $451,664.


Partridge Trust, 572 Sunapee St., building permit, new six-foot by 10-foot accessory building, $450.


Robert B. Robertson, 559 Sunapee St., electrical permit, service upgrade, $2,500. alteration, 14-foot by

24-foot addition to home, $20,000; electrical permit, $500; plumbing permit, $2,000.


Newport School District, 86 North Main St., electrical permit, LED lighting retrofit, $7,000.


Daniel and Josephine Rodriguez, 87 Summer St., reline chimney, $6,031.


Sherman Living Trust, 34 Main St., reroof building, $15,000.


Granite Solutions LLC, 43 Maple St., remodel of apartment house reroof, $3,000.


Barbara T. Benway, 184 South Main St., repair roof on carport, building permit, $8,000; electrical permit,

$700.


Brian and Debra Lynn Midolo, 40 Unity Road, building permit, alterations, $18,000.


William and Tracy Wilkinson, 25 Alexander Avenue, building permit, new 11:22 KWDC roof mount,

$21,879; electrical permit, $15,315.


Cynthia and Mark Walker, 159 Cornish Turnpike, building permit, $14,000.


Daniel Lloyd and Kathy Walsh, 94 Rowell Road, electrical permit, $1,700.


Laura Catsos, 244 Reeds Mill Road, alteration, building permit, $3,500; electrical permit, $10,000.


Newport School District, 245 North Main St., new Energy Recovery Ventilation in 36 classrooms,

Johnson Controls, mechanical permit, $192,729.


David and Candace Dupuis, 638 John Stark Highway, new rear deck, $2,000.


Brian Andrew Murphy, 373 East Mountain Road, alteration, building permit, $28,800.


William and Deborah (Howard) Dufour, 110 Bascom Road, alteration, new 4.8 KW roof mounted,

building permit, $4,712; electrical permit, $18,848.


Vogel Family Trust, 275 Cutts Road, mechanical permit, addition to existing home, $55,000.

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