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Wallingford Building Permits


WALLINGFORD — The following building permits have been issued:

Tartaglia Properties, 1086 N. Colony Road, renovate, $100,000.

Mike Argo, 20 Patricks Court, finish basement, $5,000.

Richard Mastroianni, 96 Farm Hill Road, vinyl siding, $19,818.

Tracey Jones, 14 Spice Hill Road, windows, $2,000.

Pat Franco, 12 Spice Hill Road, windows, $500.

Dara Montgomery, 32 Spice Hill Road, window/door, $1,800.

Ivann Hubbard, 46 Spice Hill Road, window/door, $3,000.

Jason Simone, 80 Spice Hill Road, new doors, $1,500.

Mark Sweeney, 40 Spice Hill Road, windows, $2,000.

David Austin, 701 Center St., finish basement, $8,000.

David Fishbein, 80 Center St., wall hung A/C, $1,000.

Charles DeFranco, 78 Center St., wall hung A/C, $1,000.

Anthony Casabianca, 128 Center St., renovate, $25,000.

Benedetto Juyo, 10 Grieb Trail, int.renovations, $30,000.

Joseph J. Senk, 206 Williams Road, renovate, $2,500.

Canyon Properties, 38 Wallace Row, dormers, $4,400.

Ciro Schino, 360-368 Main St., Yalesville, siding, $400.

P.N.C. Bank National Association, 38 Parkview Road, strip/reroof, $4,500.

Doug Paullas, 16 Cheryl Ave., windows, $5,663.

Sarah and Richard Rodriques, 5 Templeton Road, window/door, $2,400.

Rich Benham, 41 S. Main St., roof, $7,800.

VLG Wallingford, 10 Research Parkway, renovate, $225,000.

Nina Noyo, 1145 N. Colony Road, renovate, $35,000.

Barbara Luciano, 450 Center St., demolition, $1,650.

Reit, 866 N. Main St. Ext., renovate, $10,000.

Scott and Karen Ripa, 22 Gaye Lane, renovate, $72,000.



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