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Mar. 9—March 1 Keystone Inc., 829 10th Ave. S., household roof Nicholas J. and Rachael L. Ball, 2217 Lafayette Terrace, household roof Arthur J. Johnson, household confined partnership, 401 Next Ave. S., professional Jerry W. Batts, 722 Ninth Ave. S., residential furnace Michelle N. and Patricia A. Pearson, 101 Whispering […]

Mar. 9—March 1

Keystone Inc., 829 10th Ave. S., household roof

Nicholas J. and Rachael L. Ball, 2217 Lafayette Terrace, household roof

Arthur J. Johnson, household confined partnership, 401 Next Ave. S., professional

Jerry W. Batts, 722 Ninth Ave. S., residential furnace

Michelle N. and Patricia A. Pearson, 101 Whispering Pines, residential electric powered, generator

Dennis Murphy, 2200 N. Eighth St., household exterior remodel, modify roof line from twin peaks to single

Michaell Griffin, 528 10th Ave. S., residential roof, tear off, exchange damaged sheeting, shingle

Steven Karl and Kerry Anne Notz, 2829 N. 2nd St., household exterior transform, exchange entry doorway

David A. and Bonnie Hansen, 822 Millcrest Ct., household drinking water heater

Shane Evan Nixon, 1142 Jefferies Dr., household drinking water heater

March 2

Regency Retirement Home of Clinton 839 13th Ave. N., industrial roof

Marty A. and Debra S. Miller, 210 33rd Ave. N., residential

March 3

Charles B. and Sharon E. Soenksen, 2801 N. 11th St., residential roof

536 10th Avenue S Cooperative, 536 10th Ave. S., residential h2o heater

James R. and Sally Trimble, 632 Fifth Ave. S., residential water heater

Todd A. Striley, 1203 13th Ave. S., residential furnace, air conditioning and ductwork

Wendy A. Mathiesen, 3019 Schick Ct., residential inside rework, tub gut-rehab

James E. Young, 1630 Camanche Ave., industrial certificate of occupancy

215 S. 2nd Land Have faith in, 215 S. 2nd St., commercial gas furnace and air conditioning

Timothy D. Foley, 520 Woodland Dr., residential electric powered

Thomas A. and Juanita A. Dithmart, 2508 N. Third St., residential electrical

Kristine Jordan, 563 Next Ave. S., residential roof, tear off, shingle

Walmart Retailer #01-288 Home Tax Dept., 2715 S. 25th St., commercial remodel, heating, ventilation, air conditioning units

James Geronzin 320 2nd Ave. N., household inside rework

Bruce Baker, 814 14th Ave. S., household basement waterproofing

March 4

Schissel LLC, 1141 13th Ave. N., residential h2o heater

Lloyd A. and Sarah J. Kimmer, 3508 N. Fourth St., residential addition, attached garage

Patrick T. and Julie M. Lonergan, 1718 N. 10th St., residential interior transform, kitchen area and learn bath gut and transform

March 5

Matthew L. Brinkman, 2327 N. 10th St., residential water heater

Cody Seeley, 1120 Sixth Ave. N., residential rework

Jamie M. Ries and Gary A. Watts, 1721 Crestline Dr., residential vinyl siding

Jason W. Mulholland, 1934 N. Fifth St., household roof, tear off, shingle

Clinton Bluff highway LLC, 240 N. Bluff Blvd., professional interior rework

Taihlor M. Wagner, 1620 Crestline Dr., household fence

Trevor L. Rick, 319 16th Ave. N., household h2o heater

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RANEY: Is the JC Renovation Charge an Productive Use of Town Revenue? Are we creating a $1.9M mistake?

Submitted by Brian Raney The Board of Estimation & Taxation Budget Committee did not deal with an critical dilemma about the Julian Curtiss  (JC) renovation included in the proposed Very first Selectman’s Finances (the Universities part of which arrived from the Board of Schooling) – Is it an efficient use […]

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