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Records-building permits

Building permits
Building permits issued from the Rowan County Building Codes Enforcement Department June 9-13 and 16-20:
– Accessory buildings ó Martin Overcash, 675 Ervin Farm Road; Jeffery Stewart, 508 Henderson St.; William Eller, 650 Kingstree Road; Anthony Michael Wood, 114 Forest View Court; Sarah B. Jones, 940 Jones Road; Toby Garmon, 190 Mary Esther Lane; James McLane, 225 Westfield Drive; David and Linda Kauffman, 6270 Foster Road.
– Commercial ó Robert Hairston, 850 W. Jake Alexander Blvd.
– Manufactured homes ó Josue Jimenez, 130 Town Court; Bruce Todd Barnhardt, 439 Moon Circle; Tony Swink, 140 Audrey Lane; Barbara Browning, 1510 Brison Road.
– Swimming pools ó Gary Wilkinson, 160 Belmont Place; Jonathan and Tracy Eddy, 330 Backwoods Lane; Trent Shoaf, 1255 Claude Ave.; Lovie B. Reid Jr., 239 W. Glenview Drive; Ben and Nancy Adams, 298 Grayson Drive; Daniel L. Parker, 1015 Watson Court; Richard A. Vincent, 115 W. 11th St.
– Residential ó Lee Wallace, 248 Autumnlight; James C. Williams, 1607 Secret Garden, 1616 and 1622 E. Liberty St.; Joe Nixon, 2474 Briggs Road; David and Sue Starnes, 240 Linker Road, Traci Williams, 208 Viscount Road; Kenny Brown, 1320 Weatherby Drive; Lee Allen Myers, 275 Boston Heights; Daniel and Ashley Hurd, 250 Farm Estates Drive; Geraldine Fishel, 6430 Bringle Ferry Road; Michael C. White, 880 Mount Moriah Church Road; Jeffrey and Barbara Duncan, 1480 Rockwell Road; Tina Steen, 2140 Bradshaw Road; Robert Buesch, 605 Sis Carter Road; Hans and Teresa Lefebvre, 604 Lake Wright Road; Rodolfo Flores Campos, 1015 Dukemont St.; Franklin and Betty York, 3485 River Church Road; Clayton Hoaglund, 466 Shinn Farm Road; Timothy and Kimberley Rob, 6150 Old Beatty Ford Road; William and Lola Ellis, 1030 Baker Mill Road; Corey Hedrick, 106 Courtney Lane; Jesse Holshouser, 190 Clearbrook Drive; Rodney Hammond, 750 Bridle Path Road; Greg and Gwen Moore, 295 Monarch Drive; Paul Smith, 820 Campbell Road; Brad Farrah, 103 Glenview Drive; Meredith Coley, 1085 Sellers Court; Christopher Gobble, 125 Mountain View Road; Elrod Zane, 960 Tamary Way; Lori Watson, 602 Spencer Ave.; Greg Honeycutt, 310 Wagon Wheel; Jayne Evon, 900 Fairmont Ave.; Tony Cornacchione, 2427 Berkshire Drive; Colley and Kimberly Frank, 180 Butternut Court; Paul Smith, 820 Campbell Road; Steve Medline, 750 Bridlewood Drive.
– Signs ó Ralph Baker; 830 E. Jake Alexander Blvd.; Summersett Funeral Home, 1315 W. Innes St.

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