Warren building permits: Through October 26


The following building permits were recently approved by Warren Building Official William Nash:

Viola C. Marino, 23 Mason St. Strip and re-roof, $5,000.

Diana E. Letourneau, 51 Locust Terrace. Strip and re-roof 12x12 area over dining room/porch, $1,000.

Adrian C. Boney, 20 Shell Road. Install 100 feet of post and rail fence, $2,000.

Joao E. Pereira, 16 Long Wharf Drive. Build 17x21 addition, $39,270.

Kevin A. Reilly, 37 Sowamsett Ave. Strip and shingle one side of house and put rubber roof over bulkhead, $2,000.

Scott McNally, 51 Serpentine Road. Overlay of roof, $2,000.

Lynne D. Andrade, 9 Harris Ave. Vinyl siding on house, $9,000.

Thomas K. and Elizabeth Gower, 22 Slocum Road. Put up picket fence on property lines, $2,000.

Two Ninety Three Market St. LLC, 293 Market St. Replace sections of fence, $1,000.

John R. Beaulieu, 11 Mayo Drive. Construct 8x16 deck, $3,840.

Kristen Beaulieu, 12 Buffalo Ave. Install replacement bow window, $4,000.

Ernest Mayo, 607 Child St. Build shed on blocks, $1,200.

Ernest Mayo, 607 Child St. Strip and re-shingle roof, $4,000.

Estelle R. Handell, 26 Oyster Point. Install 100 feet of fence, $4,000.

David S. Fernandes, 27 Hezekiah Drive. Addition, 8x7 front deck/porch, rear stairway, interior renovations, $40,000.

John A. Carlotto, 16 School St. Interior and exterior renovations, $170,000.

Alan MacKenzie, 7 Cedar St. Remove flat roof area and frame new roof, $9,000.


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