Warren building permits: Week of Jan. 4


The following building permits have been approved by Warren Building Official William Nash:

Kevin Dickson, 18 Pennsylvania Ave. Strip and re-roof house only, $3,000.

John F. Shireman, 5 Charity Drive. Frame a new front porch and re-side front and one side of house with cedar shingles, $22,000.

John W. Diamond, 51 Maple St., Replace vinyl siding and sheeting with white cedar shingles on two sides of house, $3,000.

Rita A. Laroche, 22 Buffalo Ave. Strip three feet each side, roof over, $2,000.

Mary Jane Couper, 77 Water St. Install four vinyl replacement windows, $2,000.

Kimberly L. Palmieri, 593 Child St. Strip and re-roof and replace mildew section, $7,000.

Audrey Biernacki, 42 Vernon St. Replace entry door, including jams, $2,000.

Joma Realty Company, 670 Metacom Ave. Cosmetic work. Re-tile restroom and service walls, reface millwork, wallpaper and new seating, $22,000.

David B. and Susan M. Bibeault, 52 Brownell St. Construct two story single family dwelling with a front porch and rear deck, $151,575.

Joanne Devoe, 67 King St. Install skylight, $2,000.

Michael T. Collins, 9 Warren Ave. Finish existing playroom and entryway in basement, $2,000.

Lee and Heather Hower, 61 Asylum Road. Construct detached garage, $45,000.



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