The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa

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July 11, 2014

June building permits

New commercial accessory

Reemark Properties LLC, 1050 S. 18th St., True Construction, $5,000.

Faley Enterprises Inc., 2316 Valley West Court, Faley Enterprises, $600,000.

 

Commercial interior remodel

SureShot Gun Shop, 77 Main Ave., Work done by owner, $5,000.

 

Commercial exterior remodel

El Tapatio, 2302 Camanche Ave., Bzszzy B, $2,000.

 

Commercial rehabilitation

Ashford University, Regis Hall, 400 N. Bluff Boulevard, Estes Construction, $56,885.

 

Commercial water heater

Ashford University (Main), 400 N. Bluff Boulevard, Economy Plumbing, $700.

 

New residential accessory

Marcia and Howard J. Keefer, 1156 Briar Cliff Lane, Howard Keefer, $700.

Pearl Perryman, 1437 25th Ave. South, Affordable Gen Maint, $15,000.

 

Residential exterior remodel

Cindy Bouchard, 815 12th Ave. South, By owner, $1,423.

Jack A. and Gloria J. Byers, 562 Seventh Ave. South, CME Construction, $6,000.

Dillon R. Naeve, 1141 N. 10th St., Property owner, $2,000.

Jeffrey A. Knight, 710 Fifth Ave. South, Werner Restoration, $3,000.

 

Residential interior remodel

Wayne and Diane Guntzel, 462 Woodland Drive, Tegler Construction, $6,500.

Sarah Harding Home, 308 S. Bluff Boulevard, EB Construction, $5,000.

 

Residential fence/shed

Craig and Vivi Smith, 1036 15th Ave. South, By owner, $1,100.

Dana Scott, 523 First Ave., Installed by owner, $1,200.

Karen L. Krick, 1107 N. Third St., River City Fence, $3,500.

Brandi J. Gonzales, 2106 West Court, Brandi Gonzales, $200.

Kristopher D. and Ashley L. Greene, 822 Third Ave. South, Ashley Greene, $800.

Samantha Fuller and Shaun Vath, 619 11th Ave. North, Shaun Vath, $600.

Ronald A. Johnston, 602 10th Ave. South, Ronald Johnston, $200.

Amanda L. Martin, 1603 N. Sixth St., River City Fence, $1,200.

Jason and Amy Craft, 1046 10th Ave. North, Done by owner, $500.

Derrick N. and Bobbi J. Howard, 1200 N. 14th St., River City Fence, $1,300.

 

Residential deck/porch

Patrick and Ann Morrow, 615 Seventh Ave. South, Work done by owner, $2,000.

Stephen E. and Sherri M. Sullivan, 936 14th Ave. South, Cravatta Construction Inc, $4,800.

Karen J. Wilson Revocable Trust, 1312 Pershing Boulevard, Timberline Remodeling, $15,000.

Mercy Medical Center - Clinton, 510 15th Ave. North, Weinschenk Construction, $5,700.

Kathy S. Corbin, 1021 College Ave., Kathy Corbin, $250.

Virgillo and Marian Pilola, 339 S. 14th St., Bierne Builders, $5,000.

Craig and Jacquelin Kemp, 1816 Camanche Ave., Craig Kemp, $600.

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