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WALLINGFORD — The following building permits have been issued:
Hilton Valentine, 75 Wrinn St., wood fence, $4,760.
Richard Benham, 41 S. Main St., demolition, $4,200.
Santoroski, 10 Mary Ann Lane, roof/siding, $12,000.
Hilton Valentine, 75 Wrinn St., fence, $2,937.
Doug Stamp, 87 Spice Hill Drive, windows, $2,000.
Lena Song, 16 Spice Hill Drive, windows/doors, $4,000.
Beverly Dinello, 33 Spice Hill Drive, windows, $1,000.
United Concrete, 65 N. Plains Hwy., demolition, $6,500.
Donald McNally, 4 Kazersky Drive, window, $300.
Nancy Morin, 5 Chimney Hill Road, siding/roofing, windows/doors, $23,200.
Angel Harris, 189 Ward St., renovate, $8,000.
Dibella’s Submarines, 1086 N. Colony Road, renovation, $225,000.
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