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Building permits Feb. 19-22

Building permits Building permits issued from the Rowan County Building Codes Enforcement Department Feb. 19-22: – New residences — CP Morgan Communities, 112 Edzell Drive; Richard Allen Phillips, 7740 Freeze Road, Kannapolis; John Kelly, 1072 Cool Breeze Lane, China Grove; Taylor L. Osborne, 1125 Juniper St., Granite Quarry; Mike and Melissa Powers, 1005 Godbey Road; Jeff Mayhew, 1266 Oak Grove Lane, Rockwell; Belle Realty, 1050 N. Deven Park Place; Kenneth D. Jackson, 280 Wingmaster Drive, Mooresville. – Storage warehouse — Amelia B. Poplin, 303 N. Salisbury Ave. – Piers/decks — Donald Beaver, 512 Safrit Road. – Residential renovations and additions — Theodore McKay, 615 S. Church St.; Lillie Sechler, 406 N. Kimmons St., Landis; Bill Cameron, 124 Cantiberry; Daniel K. Harper, 1006 Arbor Drive, China Grove; Pritchad Construction Inc., 210 Hill St.; Robin Burdette, 7225 Stokes Ferry Road. – Signs — Mag Land Development, 1436/1454 W. A St., Kannapolis; Gerry Wood Kia and Gerry Wood Honda, 529 Jake Alexander Blvd.; Rowan-Salisbury Board of Education, 8050 N.C. 801, Mount Ulla, and 300 N. Whitehead Ave., Spencer; CVS, 8765 U.S. 52, Rockwell. – Private storage garages — Matthew Price, 301 Harrison St., Spencer; Jade Morris Family Partnership, 3835 Goodman Lake Road; Larry and Marianne Summey, 611 D Ave.. – Double-wide mobile home — Donald Beaver, 512 Safrit Road; Demeater Smith, 8125 Orphanage Road, Rockwell; Allen Bennett, 655 Agner Road; Larry Overcash, 7820 Howard Ave., Kannapolis. – New business office — Cleveland Funeral Services, 111 Railroad St., Cleveland. – New factory — Dave Blaney, Tenant One. – Business office additions and renovations — Farmers & Merchants Bank, 418 N. Main St., Rockwell.

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