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October 7, 2012

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NORMAN — The following commercial addition/alteration and commercial new shell interior finish permits were issued between Sept. 19-26.

Commercial Addition/Alteration

1242 Interstate Dr. Decker Center, LLC. Modern Nails $40,000

810 26th Ave. N.W. Reynolds Auto Group Reynolds Collision Center Spray Booth $115,000

1125 N. Porter Ave. Norman Regional Hospital GI of Norman interior remodel $227,500

Commercial New Shell Interior Finish

1016 24th Ave. Suite 120 N.W. Garver, LLC. Garver, LLC. $102,456

The following commercial new construction, commercial addition/alteration, and commercial new shell building applications were submitted between Sept. 19-26.

Commercial New Construction

275 12th Ave. S.E. Bldg. B Azca Investments, Inc. Pro Storage $110,000

2224 W. Main St. Normandy Creek, LLC. First Fidelity Bank ATM $9,450

Commercial Addition/Alteration

630 E. Lindsey St. City of Norman T-Mobile Antenna relocate $35,000

305 E. Main St. John & Sherri Lungren Pink Elephant Cafe exterior deck $5,000

3770 W. Robinson St. Suite 112 Brookhaven Village Plaza, LLC. Glow Yoga $40,000

2200 W. Main St. First Fidelity Bank, NA Panera Bread Drive-Thru $110,000

Commercial New Shell Building

2000 168th Ave. N.E. Little Axe Public Schools Administrative Offices $150,000

Commercial Certificate of Occupancies Issued:

242 24th Ave. N.W. OEC Office Remodel $1,500,000

2900 Mount Williams Dr. Sooner Investment Group Discount Tire Co. $750,000

229 E. Main St. Dunman Properties, LLC.Das Boot Camp restaurant remodel $300,000

Residential Activity — Sept. 19-26.

Twenty-One single-family residential unit permits were issued valued at $3,450,600 with an average value of $164,314.

Sixteen single-family addition/alteration permits were issued valued at $346,886.

Two single-family permits were issued to replace wild fire damaged manufactured homes at 3801 132nd Ave SE and 14351 Bridge Creek Dr valued at $84,800 and $20,000 respectively.

One storage building permit was issued to replace wild fire damaged storage building at 12851 Cedar Ln.

Two single-family residential unit applications were submitted valued at $343,990 with an average value of $171,995.

Four single-family addition/alteration applications were submitted valued at $71,300.

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