Colder, wetter season slows city building

By LARRY C. BOWERS
Posted 12/11/17

With winter months just ahead, and harsher weather and temperatures on the horizon, Cleveland building permits dwindled during the month of November.There were only $2,130,781 in planned construction …

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With winter months just ahead, and harsher weather and temperatures on the horizon, Cleveland building permits dwindled during the month of November.

There were only $2,130,781 in planned construction and alteration projects which required a permit during the month, with only $154,000 in commercial offerings.

A breakdown for the month included $1,811,300 for residential projects, $154,000 for commercial, and $165,481 for alterations.

There were three non-residential business permits issued to Dee Burris of Burris construction for $139,000 for a commercial project on North Ocoee.

In additions and alterations, Stanbery Construction is planning a $50,000 addition for property on Highland Avenue.

Roof replacement and repair is an ongoing situation in Cleveland, despite it being almost nine months since the major, March hail storm that swept through the area.

Southern Specialty Contractors received two permits last month for roof replacements on Dogwood Place N.W. ($7,266.71) and 15th Street N.W. ($18,215.47).

T&G Construction obtained a permit for a $20,000 project on Keith Street for the conversion of a former bank building into a drug store.

Dixie Roofing will be undertaking a fire repair project at 1835 Green Drive N.W., a project estimated at $70,000.

William Austin is planning to convert a building at 270 Ocoee St. into the El Tarasco Restaurant. This is a $15,000 project.

Residential permits:

• D&S Construction is planning a single-family home on lot 40 at 1320 Morrison Lane N.E. This is a $187,000 valued job.

• Ronald Barker is building a $153,000 home at 1781 Weston Hills Drive (lot 56).

• Chris Evans obtained a $130,000 permit for a construction project on lot 14 at 188 Neely Circle N.E.

• D&S Construction obtained three additional permits for single-family homes. They will be constructed on lot 28 on Pin Oaks Circle ($170,000), lot 46  on Morrison Lane ($161,500), and lot 42 on Middleton Lane ($190,000).

Chris Evans obtained another $130,000 permit for a single-family home on Neely Circle, while Casey Mitchell Construction is planning a single-family structure on Crestridge Lane N.W. — a $255,000 project.

Homeowner Patricia J. Looney received a permit for the construction of an out-building at 707 Linda Drive S.E. The building is expected to cost $2,800.

In townhome construction, Comfort Homes Builder Corp. is planning four $108,000 structures in the Stonebriar Subdivision on Old Tasso Road N.E.

Lane disturbance fees for the month were $1,902 for jobs estimated at $247,000. 

 

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