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November 9, 2013

Newburyport building permits


McDougall/Murphy, 297 Merrimac St., install 17 replacement windows, $7,900

Misita/Chamberlin, 30 Rawson Ave. contractor to construct a shed, $5,000

Martin, 11 Spofford St., kitchen remodel, removing one bath, add two baths first and second floor, $35,000

Torris, 384 High St., contractor to strip and re-roof, $7,800

O’Brien/Greaney, 39 Olive St., owner to remove in-ground swimming pool, $5,340

Rogers/Pella Windows, 126 Merrimac St., Unit 23, contractor to install four windows, $8,000

Farrell, 34 Moulton St., owner to close up carport for 3/4 bath and bedroom, $26,000

Johnson/Piperfine Carpentry, 20 Parker Ridge Way East, contractor to renovate bath, $6,855

Colomycki/Kilkelly, 7 Goldsmith Drive, contractor to strip and re-roof, $5,000

Smallman, 20 Highland Avenue, complete kitchen remodel, install 12 windows and one door, $15,400

Calapiz/Thomsen, 26 Washington St., contractor to convert 1/2 bath to 3/4 bathroom, $13,853

City of Newburyport/Sunbug Solar, 1 Crow Lane, contractor to install 4 solar panels at municipal location, $6,225

Sciuto, 2 Lancaster Road, add 2-story addition to rear of home and add a second story on existing one-story, $91,600

Pituck/Langan, 44 Marlboro St., remodel bathroom with laundry room, $9,364

Sherman/Martin, 21 Market Square, install two new window sashes, $1,500

Filipancic/Ingalls, 51 Hill St., support porch roof and rebuild existing structure underneath including footings, $6,250

Xenelis, 9 Charles St., construct deck off rear of unit 1, $3,000

Johnston/2 Penn, 19 Elm St., strip and re-roof, $7,500

Palm/Atlantic Weatherization LLC, 37 Pond St., air sealing and blown-in wall insulation, $1,200

Kuzmitski/2 Penn, 36 Olive St., strip and re-roof garage and 2 bump outs, $1,800

Brig Leland, 8 Avon Avenue, construct entry deck and 1 rear. In sunroom install four slider windows and three fixed windows. Add two lallies in cellar, $4,370

Croll/Lowes, 13 Munroe St., complete kitchen remodel, $10,739

Savaniwa/Hughes, 71 Middle St., square off building converting a 2-family to a single, add one story mud room, screen porch, complete interior remodel, $133,000

TD Bank/M Holland & Sons, Construction, 51 State St., remove walls, rebuild to create vestibule and conference room, $60,000

TD Bank/CCI Building Restoration Inc., 51 State St., install three skylights, $7,000

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