© Times-Herald photo by Lisa Goudy
City hall is seen on Monday.
A new storage garage valued at $2 million was the largest permit issued in February.
It was one of four commercial and industrial permits issued last month. Because of privacy legislation, details of building permits issued are no longer included in the monthly reports.
The other three commercial and industrial permits included one valued at $70,000 for alterations, repairs and additions for markets use, a permit for alterations, repairs and additions to a barber and hairdressing shop valued at $15,000 and a new low-hazard storage room with a value of $8,000.
The total value of the commercial and industrial permits is $2.09 million.
The city also issued 10 residential permits. Four of those were for new houses, with a combined value of $1.51 million. Two houses will do alterations, repairs and additions with a combined value of $80,000.
One permit, valued at $5,000, is for a new residential swimming pool. Three permits were for new decks with a combined value of $4,500.
In total, the residential permits are valued at $1.60 million.
The city issued 14 permits in February with a value of $3.69 million compared to nine in February 2013 valued at $974,160.
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