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Building permits Feb. 11-15

Building permits
Building permits issued from the Rowan County Building Codes Enforcement Department Feb. 11-15:
– New residences ó Jefferey Ritchie, 505 Lee Trexler Road; Belle Realty, 215 Bramblewood Drive; Trexler Construction, 1284 Greenheather Drive; Walter Cook, 721 Wilson Road; AM Construction, 118 Willow Bend Lane, China Grove; Richard E. McElhannon, 380 Cannon Farm Road, China Grove; Fisher and Morris Builders, 270 Victoria St.; GFK Builders, 460 Union Church Road.
– Business office renovations ó Farmers & Merchants Bank, 630 Jake Alexander Blvd.
– Piers/decks ó Farmers & Merchants Bank, 630 Jake Alexander Blvd.; Al MacLamroc, 2903 Mooresville Highway; Tom Fisher, 144 Cameron Drive; Parks Property Management, 531 E. Innes St.
– Residential renovations and additions ó Christie Steven, 360 Bridle Path Farm Road, Cleveland; Harry Little, 280 Knollwood Drive; Margret Chapman, 306 Dunham Ave.; Randy Lyles, 2255 Daughtery Road, China Grove; Eddie Monroe, 1019 N. Salisbury Ave., Spencer.
– Institutional renovations ó Salisbury Gardens Assisted Living, 2201 Statesville Blvd.
– Mobile homes ó Terry Wagoner, 124 Buccaneer Circle; James Phillips, 235 Benton Road; Dale Stitt, 239 Deaton Park Lane, Rockwell.
– New restaurant ó Catering Pats, 2795 Moose Road, Kannapolis.
– Educational building ó Partners in Learning, 2300 W. Innes St.
– Restaurant renovations ó Saigon Bistro Restaurant, 910 N. Salisbury Ave., Granite Quarry.
– Private storage garages ó Jade Morris Family Partnership, 3835 Goodman Lake Road; Bill Smith, 740 Bernhardt Road; GFK Builders, 413 W. Glenview Drive.
– Double-wide mobile home ó Billy Moore, 248 Moore Village Road, Rockwell.

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