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December 27, 2012

Salisbury building permits

SALISBURY — The following is the October list of building permit recipients, contractors when applicable, property addresses, job descriptions and cost of the planned improvements:

Martin, 5 Third St., roof, $20,000

Epps, 341 North End Blvd., siding, $6,300

U-Haul, 1 Merrill St., commercial, door opening, $7,975

Nadolny, 29 Jak-Len Drive, hot tub, $500

Surfside Condo, 118 Central Ave., siding repairs, $1,800

Ocean Spray Condo, 153 Atlantic Ave., siding, $58,650

Rundlett, 66 Ferry Road, shed, $3,000

Hochmuth, 178 North End Blvd., replace windows, $6,300

Turning Point, 1 Toll Road, kitchen/deck, $33,370

Dragon, 22 Forest Road, addition/deck, $52,500

Burrow, 6 Daniel Court, basement finish, $57,586

Bochenko, 31 High St., sheet metal, $5,000

Warfel, 7 Gove Lane, solar, $22,638

H and M, 1 Morgan Ave., single-family home, $140,000

Garvin, 20 Carter Ave., dormers/windows, $15,000

Shaw, 21 11th St., deck repairs, $950

Chouinard, 58 Main St., commercial, divided wall, $1,000

Nazarian, 418 North End Blvd., second egress, $1,000

Colby, 53 Congress St., barn, $30,000

DiPaolo, 118 North End Blvd., replace windows, $37,425

Dondero, 16 Second St., kitchen remodel, $8,700

Cronin, 90 Main St., remodel, $19,000

Morrison, 234 North End Blvd., roof, $3,000

Abel, 10 Beach Road., second egress, $1,500

Marraffa, 1 Kairos Ave., pool house, $18,810

Bresnahan, 334 North End Blvd., second egress, $1,920

Bresnahan, 336 North End Blvd., second egress, $3,282

Nicosia, 76 Railroad Ave., repair sills, $8,000

Three Palms Group, 3 Viking St., kitchen/bath/windows/siding/roof, $31,000

Carroll, 68 Mudnock Road, basement entry, $500

Barbaro, 7 Elmwood St., repair storm damage, $9,000

Eaton, 81 Rabbit Road, mobile home, $15,000

Grossman, 436 North End Blvd., roof, $3,900

Enpro, 114 Bridge Road, sign, $1,000

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