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Building permits

Building permits
Building permits issued from the Rowan County Building Codes Enforcement Department Sept. 15-19:
– Storage building ó Jaime Kopczyk and Judy Wright, 1042 Joel St.
– Commercial construction trailer ó Salisbury Holdings, 548 White Oaks Drive.
– Commercial remodelings ó McDonald’s, 704 E. Innes St.; 5925 Statesville Blvd.; Rowan-Salisbury Board of Education, 1570 Peeler Road.
– Commercial storage building ó David and Wendy Graham, 2806 N. Cannon Blvd.
– Double-wide manufactured home ó James and Barbara McDaniel, 180 East St.
– Swimming pool ó Dennis and Bernice Jacobe, 540 Waters Road.
– Residential additions ó Tony Almeida, 20 Dogwood Road; Tony and Patsy Evans, 615 Campbell Road.
– Residential decks ó Chad Thomas, 8347 Smith Road; Horace Davis, 205 E. Earnhardt St.
– Residential detached garage ó Timothy Alan Hopper, 403 Idelwood Drive.
– Modular residence ó Kelly Honeycutt, 1305 Belk Road.
– New residences ó Joel Vaughan, 885 Arrowpoint Lane, Eleanor Elaine Potts, 7395 Goodman Lake Road; Dena Margaret Willis, 435 Panther Point Road.
– Residential remodelings ó Owen Norvell, 950 Confederate Ave.; Michael White, 2514 Foxfire Drive.
– Signs ó Clayton Homes, 1606 Jake Alexander Blvd.; David and Wendy Graham, 2806 N. Cannon Blvd.
Building permits issued from the Rowan County Building Codes Enforcement Department Sept. 22-26:
– Accessory buildings ó John Mahaley, 607 W. Ridge Ave.; Darrell Easley, 310 Farm Estates Drive.
– Commercial building shell ó Kannapolis Construction Co. Inc., 420 U.S. 29.
– New commercial buildings ó ARC of Rowan County Corp. 7, 210 E. 15th St. and 1010 S. Fulton St.
– Manufactured homes ó Roger Spillman, 520 Pruitt Williams Road; Diane Crystal Martin, 320 Paige Drive; Angela and Johnny Keen, 135 Wiley Lane.
– Pool/spa ó Dwight Perkins, 520 Jaycee St.
– Residential additions and remodelings ó Ronald Beatty, 611 Dunns Mountain Road; Rodney Queen, Queen Construction, 110 Overhill Drive; Luke Knox, 340 Knox Road; Mary Harris, 218 S. Oak St.; Martha Barringer, 508 Lyerly St., Granite Quarry; John and Karen McConnell, 350 Glover Road; Gary Fink, 404 Weaver Road.
– Residential attached garages ó Brian Duren, 3121 Hodge St.; Mark S. and Karen L. Huffman, 1026 Shawnee Trail.
– Residential decks ó Lee and Carolyn Barnette, 4055 Patterson Road; Salisbury Housing Authority, 852 E. Lafayette St.; Peak Contractors Inc., 1407 Oak Grove Lane.
– Residential duplexes or condos ó Rick Register, Premier Holding Co., 700D and 700C Chapel St.
– Modular residence ó Thomas Bonanni, 255 Elwood Lane.
– New residences ó Inverness Development, 206 Laurel Crest Drive; Spear Builders, 501 Hagen Court; B H Homes, 424 Laurel Valley Way; Larry and Debra Williams, 129 Westminster Court; Edward Elkins, Craft-True Homes, 217 English Oak Lane; Eddie Hampton, 605 Laurel Valley Way; Ken Trexler, Trexler Construction, 1218 Greenheather Drive.
– Signs ó Rowan Health Service Corp., 229 Mocksville Ave., 720 Grove St. and 130 Mocksville Ave.; Rowan Regional Medical Center, 612 Mocksville Ave.; Ben Frizzell, 1311 Jake Alexander Blvd.; FHD5, 320 Jake Alexander Blvd.; Mitchell Properties, 1035 Lincolnton Road; Rowland Development, 3270 Jackson Road.

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