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Building permits Aug. 2

Building permits
Building permits issued from the Rowan County Building Codes Enforcement Department July 21-25:
– Commercial remodeling ó Cloninger Investments, 511 Jake Alexander Blvd.
– Manufactured single homes ó Leonard Payne, 338 Imperial Drive; Cecil Brown, 211 Woodbury Drive.
– Swimming pool ó David and Michelle Gay, 298 Crooked Creek Lane.
– Residential additions ó Linda Beaty, 1610 Chantilly Lane; Judy Wright, 1042 Joel St.; Jarrod and Ashley Lanning, 1165 Hawkesbury Drive.
– Detached residential structure ó Edgar and Kristina Messer, 220 Pamela St.
– Residential duplexes ó Blue Ridge Enterprises, 519 and 521 Sonny Acres Drive.
– Miscellaneous residential ó Ismael Camacho, 220 Eddie Lane.
– New residences ó Jack and Brenda Stanley, 108 Andover Court; Steven Zeisel, 210 Dexter; Advanced Technology, 404 Buford Drive; Danny Harris, Harris Enterprise, 920 Barnhardt Road; Todd/Jamie Detsech/Bost, 1295 Cannon St.; David Pullen, 480 Lake Pointe Lane; Cecil and Janet Harwell, 1175 Rankin Road.
– Residential remodelings ó Gail Keegan, 1725 Amity Hill Road; Jane E. Nussman, 721 S. Fulton St.; Matt Hagerty, 2950 Jackson St.
– Sign ó Kelly Britt, 323 Faith Road.

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