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March 21, 2014

Building permits

NEWBURYPORT — The following is the February list of building permit recipients, contractors when applicable, property addresses, job descriptions and cost of the planned improvements.

Wiley/Dockham Builders, 17 High St., replace 4 windows, 1 door, garage door and exterior siding as needed, $11,401

Lay, 142 Merrimac St., renovate bathroom, $11,500

Neale/Keisling, 39 Toppans Lane, remove existing kitchen island, replace cabinets and counter, $12,325

Spies/Robitalle, 146 High St., remodel master bedroom and bath, $43,000

Speck, 1 Spring Lane, remodel first floor bath, $6,000

Circle Finishing/MacDonald Masonry, LLC, 19 Henry Graf Jr. Road, install a co-ed handicap bathroom, $7,500

Johnston/Kaminski, 9 Pond St., construct a 1 1/2 story 2-car garage with interior stairway to access garage, $50,000

Weinkle/Wilson, 21-23 Pleasant St., remove approximate 40 feet of interior non-bearing partitions (4 walls), repair flooring and construct book shelves and counters, $28,000

Thulston/Catalano, 81 Curzon Mill Road, remodel master bath with window and new interior door, finish off existing attic for storage, $36,700

Pearson, 8 Point Road, install new kitchen cabinets, change interior door and new slider, $3,000

Lynehan/NewPro, 58 Carter St., remove and replace 2 exterior entry doors, $6,500

Bortz/Dockham Builders, 22 Pheasant Run Drive, remodel kitchen, $18,637

Wilson/Star Construction Co. Inc., 6 Menut Circle, replace bathtub with a shower, $10,000

Seabrook, 73 Washington St., renovate master bath with area for washer and dryer, $18,000

Vallejo/Forsythe, 27 Cherry St., create new bathroom, 3 new closets, 1 window, $15,300

ITW Foils/Johnson Building and Construction, 5 Malcolm Hoyt Road, expand room with removal of non-load bearing wall, close in three interior doors and 1 window, install new equipment access door, $33,000

Maas/1st Light Energy Inc., 6 Boyd Drive, install 14 solar panels on the roof, $15,155

McGavern/Goudy, 21 Marlboro St., remove and reconstruct 2-story porch on rear of home, $4,000

Labbe/Anderson, 8 Vernon St., bathroom repair due to fire, $6,500

Wilton/Langan, 181 High St., remodel bath, $7,708

Grady Sr., 178 State St., remove small mudroom entry and construct 1 story four-season room and remodel kitchen, $71,800

Cole/Sherman, 31 Daniel Lucy Way, install 31 solar panels on roof, $38,750

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