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Building permits

Building permits
Building permits issued from the Rowan County Building Codes Enforcement Department Aug. 18-22:
– Accessory buildings ó Cecil and Janet Harwell, 1175 Rankin Road.
– Commercial apartments ó Premier Holding Co., 407A E. Taylor St.
– New commercial buildings ó Darden Restaurants Inc., 1371 Klumac Road; Premier Holding Co., 407B, 407C and 407D E. Taylor St.; The Roberts Group, 1425 Klumac Road; Biscuitville Restaurants, 515 Jake Alexander Blvd.
– Commercial remodeling ó Rusher Oil, 601 Jake Alexander Blvd.
– Commercial storage building ó Ron Wilhelm, 1470 Pinnacle Drive.
– Double-wide mobile home ó Michael Calkins, 1305 Chez Charolias Road.
– Mobile home ó John L. Burke, 1159 Foursons Drive.
– Swimming pools ó Ned and Vickie Ward, 1066 Madras Court; John Robert and Michelle Pacillas, 10120 N.C. 801.
– Residential additions and remodelings ó Charles Lamb, 2495 Old U.S. 70; Armando Felix Aguilar, 406 E. Garden St.
– Modular residences ó Samuel Prestigiacomo, 6130 Long Ferry Road; Johnny Lee McClannon, 11805 Cool Springs Road; Rickie and Frankie Jackson, 1385 Rockwell Road.
– New residences ó Melinda and Glenn Daniel, 2905 Emanuel Church Road; Hidden Grove, 444 W. Church St.; Matthew Ketchie, 265 Parker Farm Road; C.P. Morgan Communities, 309 and 420 Inverness Lane.
– Sign ó The Roberts Group, 1425 Klumac Road; UPS Store, 844 Jake Alexander Blvd.

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