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WALLINGFORD — The following building permits have been issued:
P & L Realty,950 Yale Ave., renovate, $2,000.
Marcie Baxter, 6 Clearview Drive, renovate, $3,522.
Jane Gustin, 2 Washington St., strip/re-roof, $17,725.
Lea Gober, 393 Hope Hill Road, strip/re-roof, $10,000.
Franklin St. John, 68 Mansion Road, roof, $15,250.
Amy Stefanowski, 14 Anderson Ave., deck, $2,500.
Joe Cournoyer, 561 Barnes Road, strip/re-roof, $9,1000.
Emir Mujkanovic, 14 Swain Ave., insulate, $1,000.
Gary Cuomo, 25 Ridgenoll, strip/re-reroof, $8,758.
Charles Maring, 9 S. Branford Road, doors/garage, $3,000.
John Carson, 111 Ridgeland Road, roof, $6,900.
Margaret Taylor, 87 Chapel St., strip/re-roof, $15,000.
James Adinolfi, 52 Deer Run Road, deck, $3,500.
Jennifer Cozzi-Hernandez, 1060 Old Rock Hill Road, repair water damage, $20,000.
Barbara Daniels, 204 Highland Road, renovate, $35,000.
W.E. 2 Barnes, LLC, 2 Barnes Industrial Road, renovations, $122,575.
G. Ives, 35 Wall St., roof, $8,850.
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