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February 21, 2013

Salisbury Building Permits

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

McManus, 21 Bayberry Lane, pellet stove, $2,400

Frary, 5 Samantha Way, shed, $6,500

Marchese, 50 Beach Road, remodel garage to retail space, $11,200

Moore, 180 North End Blvd., roof, $20,866

Bean, 220 North End Blvd., solar roof, $8,000

Luchini, 459 North End Blvd., roof, $6,000

Wolpert, 141 Beach Road, repair storm damage, $1,500

Calderwood, 22 Pleasant St., garage, $37,750

Captain’s Corner, 77 Main St., commercial pavilion roof, $25,000

English, 131 North End Blvd., deck replacement, $10,750

Marshall, 50 Atlantic Ave., siding, $4,273

Sylvan Street Grille, 195 Elm St., sprinkler, $40,000

Cinema 95, 201 Elm St., sprinkler, $40,000

Medeiros, 8 Washington St., roof, $4,700

Star of the Sea Catholic Church, 18 Beach Road, demolish rectory, $15,000

Bernier, 1 Wolpert Way, wood stove insert, $700

Tarmey, 70 Elm St., wood stove, $2,200

Firnchild, 12 Palis Drive, roof, $8,500

Brassuer, 35 Gardner St., kitchen, bath, roof, $62,000

Salisbury LLC, 15 Lafayette Road, commercial remodel, no price listed

Whitman, 233B North End Blvd., bath, $6,000

Stone, 9 Bayberry Lane, second-level addition, $35,000

Newman, 175 Elm St., addition, $190,000

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