Warren building permits: Through March 20

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The following building permits were issued between Feb. 26 and March 21 by Warren Building Official William Nash Jr.:

Thomas Raso, 33 Massasoit Ave. Install two entry doors and awnings, $2,000.

Grant R. Tucciarone, 50 Kickemuit Road. Strip and re-roof front half of house, $6,000.

Andrew J. Going, 22 Seymour St. Strip and re-roof, styrip sidwall shingles, re-shingle, $8,000.

John W. Damond, 51 Maple St. Strip vinyl siding, re-side with white cedar, $4,000.

Joseph B. Cox Jr., 28 Canario Drive. Remove vinyl siding, replace, $16,000.

Cynthia Spurr, 76 Maple St. Change dormer, change porch roof, raise dormer to gain head room, $8,000.

Kenneth C. Daignault, 279 Main St. Construct/rebuild set of stairs, $4,000.

WHC Realty Corp., 29 Market St. Strip and re-roof, $20,000.

Michael W. and Elizabeth A. Hudson, 4 Stonegate Road. Remove sun room and replace, $15,000.

Historic Grace Realty LLC, 390 Child St. Strip and re-roof, $8,000.

Anthony F. Urban, 14 Kathleen Drive. Replace 10 windows and three doors, $22,000.

Selma H. Mandell, 25 Bagy Wrinkle Cove. Replace two existing windows, $8,000.

SGNS LLC, 211 Market St. Replace window with door, add landing, $1,000.

Frank Santos Jr., 3 Brady St. Strip and re-roof, $5,000.

Joshua Leonard and Karon Paiva, 71 Birch Swamp Road. Strip and re-roof, vinyl siding, replace seven windows, $19,000.

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