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Meriden building permits


MERIDEN- The following building permits have been issued:

Owner, 11 Preston Woods, foundations, $5,000.

All Structure Maintenance, 210 Blackstone Village, decks, $500.

Gonzalez Construction, LLC, 71 Hitchcock Drive, $8,370.

Classic Property Solutions, LLC, 36 Hourigan Drive, roofing, $6,500.

V. Nanfito Roofing & Siding, 170 Douglas Drive, roofing, $4,600.

Richard R. Herms, 153 New Hanover Ave., roofing, $3,000.

Ronald L. Johnson, 49 Fowler Ave., roofing, $4,800.

Macri Roofing Inc., 214 Evansville Ave., roofing, $55,150.

Retirion Inc., 101 Bradley Ave., roofing, $5,100.

Dale A. McKinzie, 91 Boylston St. North, roofing, $5,000.

Todd P. Angiletta, 470 New Hanover Ave., repairs, $10,000.

Frank Garcia, 55 Milici Circle, fences, $1,700.

Bertin Ducas, 493 Gravel St., sheds, $600.

Robert V. Perruccio, Jr., 41 Hillcrest Terrace, $3,074.

Steve Szymaszek, 200 Dexter Ave., alterations, $500.

Sears Home Improvement Product, 101 Lincoln St., alterations, $5,922.

MGM Enviromental Solutions, 24 Markham Place, alterations, $26,000.

Gary McMorran, 21 James St., alterations, $5,000.

Power Home Remodeling Group, 15 Grove Court, alterations, $15,452.

Robles Corp. Inc., 81 Goodwill Ave., alterations, $5,000.

Mark B. Stephens, 171 Dexter Ave., alterations, $12,000.

Pentacostal Church of God, 16 Ann St., signs, $1,200.

Robert A. DeBaise, 89 S. Broad St., signs, $3,600.

Lauretano Sign Group, 1201 E. Main St., signs, $11,800.

Lloyd J. Nicholson, 518 Center St., alterations, $1,000.

PAL Construction, LLC, 783 E. Main St., alterations, $350,000.



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