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Wallingford building permits


Clark Brothers, LLC , 32-B Pilgrim Harbor, repair, $2,300.

Clark Brothers, LLC, 32-C Pilgrm Harbor, repair, $2,300.

Brosnan Roofing, 5 Hemingway Drive, roof, $5,000.

Michael Santaw, 188 North St., fireplace, $3,600.

Three Little Pigs Construction, LLC, 37 Jonathan Road, strip/re-shingle, $6,000.

Three Little Pigs Construction, LLC, 37 Jonathan Road, addition, $16,000.

Steve Cole, 307 Grieb Road, gas log, $800.

Williams Construction, 1 Birch Drive, roof/siding, $10,200.

Paul Power’s, 40 Northford Road, log set, $3,400.

Weathertite Systems, 72 Williams St., roofing, $6,780.

DiGiorgi Inc., 1545 Rhey Ave., replacement windows, $13,186.

All Type Roofing, 449 Church St., roof, $3,150.

Town of Wallingford, John Street, roof, $2,000.

Steven Low, 7 Country Way, woodstove, $2,654.

Baybrook Construction, 1 Old Woods Road, renovate, $8,000.

L. Hogan, 361 North Colony St., renovate, $85,000.

David Higgins, 32 Florence Ave., wood insert, $3,600.

Better Built Basement, 11 Country Way, renovate, $23,000.



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