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December 11, 2012

Seabrook Building Permits

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

Newhall, 227 Walton Road, plumbing; gas conversion LP to natural, $2,600

Keith, 59 Foggs Lane, plumbing, residential/new home, $4,900

Burke, 150 Garden St., residential plumbing permit, water heater replacement, $690

Follansbee, 64 Lillian Ave., residential remodel, install new windows, $8,803

Lapierre, 28 Carroll Lane, residential plumbing and alteration, install 3/4-bathroom in basement, $5,000

Passen, 42 Pineo Farms Road, residential shed, $2,000

Cox, 45 Railroad Ave., residential remodel, $22,000

Trisdale, 8 Maple Ridge Road, residential mechanical, replace boiler, $3,350

Griggs, 32 Adams Ave., residential garage, $30,000

Watts, 11 Dwight Ave., residential plumbing permit, $3,500

Krah, 11 Collins St., commercial remodel, apartments C5 and C8, $30,000

Dalton Investments, 44 Farm Lane, single-family home, $141,000

Candiano, 37 Walton Road, residential remodel, kitchen, $18,000

Cap Trust, 563 Lafayette Road, electrical commercial, bond gas lines, $180

Elicker, 41 Railroad Ave., residential privacy fence, $5,000

Swago Corporation, 459 Lafayette Road, commercial remodel, change out three patio doors and windows, $3,600

Follansbee, 64 Lillian Ave., replace hot water heater, $2,526

Samantha, 11 Belgian Drive, underground propane tank, $550

Johnson, 16 Border Winds Ave., residential alteration of storage area to workshop; no living area, $3,700

Gaffny, 115 Lafayette Road, commercial electrical permit, $750

Souriolle, 114 Lower Collins St., residential gas, conversion of fireplace, $500

Dekes Realty, 204 New Zealand Road, industrial gas permit, test of existing line, $200

Eaton, 50 Washington St., residential mechanical, new furnace and hot water heater, $5,000

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