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Building permits

Building permits
Building permits issued from the Rowan County Building Codes Enforcement Department July 28-Aug. 1:
– Accessory buildings ó Joel Vaughan, Wynsor Homes Inc., 1014 Lantana Court; Morton Building Inc., 3245 Jackson Road; Jack Gill, 1485 Adams St.
– Commercial remodeling ó Evelyne Francois, 207 Mitchell St.
– Mobile home ó Jamie Morris, 160 Morris Hill Drive.
– Swimming pool ó Renee U. Gulledge, 125 Copper Leaf Lane.
– Residential additions, renovations, miscellaneous ó Michael Watts, 255 Davis Farm Drive; Maria Fleming, 1706 Chantilly Lane; Joel Vaughan, Wynsor Homes Inc., 312 Arrow Point Lane; Van Boile, 318 Hurst Drive; Salisbury Elks Lodge, 6395 Long Ferry Road; Michael Dustin Jones, 1495 Penny Lane.
– New modular residence ó Wilburn and Evelyn Cagle, 11050 U.S. 52.
– New residences ó James Misenheimer, 8340 N.C. 801; Michelle Krizner, 280 Moorland Park St.; Travis and Natalie Childers, 870 Saw Road; James and Heather Basinger, 545 Pleasant Village Lane; Lee Wallace, Belle Realty Development, 1531 Amberlight Circle; Thomas Patterson, 0 Emerald Bay.

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