MT. VERNON — Construction in the city for June came in at more than $1.4 million.
Commercial building was at $1.205 million, with alterations and renovations to existing structures at $625,000 and new construction at $580,000.
Residential building came in with $173,000 in new construction, $46,000 in alterations and renovations and $28,300 in residential carports, garages and storage.
Commercial permits issued in June were:
n Lucky’s Beer Wine & Spirits, 1713 S. 10th St., alteration to the building at an estimated cost of $550,000;
n Central Christian Church, 301 N. 10th St., door replacement at an estimated cost of $4,000;
n ALC Investments, LLC, 3 Cusumano Professional Plaza, to construct an office buildign at an estimated cost of $480,000;
n Gary Bradshaw, 512 Broadway, to construct a business building at an estimated cost of $100,000;
n Wes Rogers, 1321 S. 10thy St., to build a garage at an estimated cost of $3,500;
n AT&T cell tower, 1900 S. Eighth St., to place additional antennas to the existing tower at an estimated cost of $35,000;
n First Church of God, 1000 N. 42nd St., to construct a 16-by-24 foot addition at an estimated
project cost of $17,000; and
n AT & T cell tower, 7 Cusumano Proffessional Plaza, to maintenance equipment pods at an estimated cost of $19,000.
Several banner sign permits were issued for the month:
n Jefferson County Shrinters for 1400 Main St.; and
n Relay for Life of Jefferson County for banners at 100 S. 10th St., and 4212 Broadway.
Residential building permitted in June were:
n Barbara Strickland, 15538 Old Centralia Rd., to construct a storage shed at an estimated cost of $3,000;
n Mike Hanson, 14605 N. Old Centralia Rd., to construct a garage at an estimated cost of $18,000;
n Jefferson County Habitat for Humanity, 309 Marteeny St., to construct a home at an estimated cost of $108,000;
n Eric Ashby, 1319 N. 11th St., to construct a new home at an estimated cost of $65,000; and
n Johynny Kaushal, 16 Kingsridge, to construct a home addition at an estimated cost of $46,000.
Demolition permits were issued for:
n St. Mary Catholic Church to tear down the former church building and rectory;
n Marie McHenry, 2217 Cherry St., to demolish a house;
n Demian Walker, 1228 S. 10th St., to demolish the former Shorty’s building; and
n Demian Walker, 515 and 517 S. 12th Street to demolish additional Shorty’s buildings.