, Muskogee, OK


March 28, 2012

Muskogee building permits

March 1-March 22

• 325 Cincinnati Ave., Muskogee Little Theatre, new commercial construction, $12,500.

• 337 E. Smith Ferry Road, Darryl and Ginger Cato, accessory building, $15,000.

• 930 N. 43rd St. E., Graham Packaging, certificate of occupancy.

• 305 Kingsbury Drive, William R. and Pamela A. Taylor, storm shelter, $7,000.

• 3300 Chandler Road, Hoopes Properties LLC, sign, $3,100.

• 2410 Ariline Ave., Dewitt S. Roland Jr., et al, residential remodel, $15,000.

• 1312 Out of Bounds Drive, Casey Walker, storm shelter, $2,795.

• 1421 Out of Bounds Drive, Howard and Gina Walker, storm shelter, $2,795.

• 1416 Out of Bounds Drive, Rocky A. and Kristie L. Walker, storm shelter, $2,795.

• 2317 Dayton St., Elouise Kinsey, Gil Miller Roofing, roof, $5,000.

• 1001 W. Okmulgee Ave., Troy Smith Inc., Russell Branan dba Brana PLB, water service.

• 301 S. York St., Floyd Cooper, roof, $4,500.

• 16 E. Martin Luther King St., Oklahoma Sign Company, sign, $2,500.

• 1601 E. Cincinnati Ave., Dylan S. Johnson, Housing Authority of Muskogee, certificate of occupancy.

• 405 S. Ninth St., R.L. Hastings, Housing Authority of Muskogee, certificate of occupancy.

• 1219 S. 23rd St., Elroy Fennell, Housing Authority of Muskogee, certificate of occupancy.

• 1621 Elmwood Lane, Nathan A. and Maria Avers, accessory building, $7,000.

• 207 Valhalla Drive, James R. and Georgia E. Gulley, Tedder Roofing, roof, $8,000.

• 26 E. Shawnee Bypass, Mary Rochelle Willis, certificate of occupancy.

• 821 N. York St., Thai Direct Imports, certificate of occupancy.

• 2207 Haskell Blvd., Cleo and Eunice Guthrie, storm shelter, $3,000.

• 2408 E. Shawnee Bypass, Bacone College, commercial remodel, $261,000.

• 4008 E. Shawnee Bypass, Security Alarms Company Inc., Royal Sign & Graphics, sign, $25,000.

• 1111 S. Main St., John Matthew Davis, roof, $1,275.

• 4031 Tull Ave., Primo QRS 16-94, accessory building, $98,000.

• 919 S. 30th St., Geneva Joan Peters, Hunt Plumbing, mechanical permit.

• 518 E. Okmulgee Ave., sign, $2,500.

• 3300 Kimberlea Drive, Lola Ruth Muskin Trust, Gil Miller Roofing, roof, $9,500.

• 2005 Baltimore Ave., William A. and Tracy A. Black, roof, $5,000.

• 318 N. G St., Rhonda Wood, roof, $1,500.

• 206 S. Virginia St., Virgil Parks, Tedder Roofing, roof, $4,000.

• 441 N. C St., Incore Two Inc., new residential construction, $299,688.

• 215 N. C St., Incore Two Inc., new residential construction, $392,442.

• 1800 Woodlands Circle, Steve and Phyllis Jo Moore, certificate of occupancy, $320,000.

• 510 N. C St., Juan Garcia, residential remodel, $25,000.

• 208 East Side Blvd., Maggie Jean Eversole Trust, certificate of occupancy, $40,000.

• 3300 Chandler Road, Hoopes Properties LLC, GSE Construction, certificate of occupancy, $60,000.

• 524 S. 13th St., Kanisha L. Davis, Louis Slape Construction, residential remodel, $10,000.

• 1110 Georgetown Ave., Edna Faye Iliff Trust, residential remodel, $10,000.

• 1209 S. Utah St., Jack Lynn and Jill Ryan Sampson, storm shelter, $2,895.

• 1111 S. Main St., John Matthew Davis, commercial addition, $2,400.

• 4400 Gibson St., #341, Muskogee Riverside MH Park Inc., mobile home inside park, $2,000.

• 3801 N. Country Club Circle, Robert and Aleta Kelly, pool, $41,000.

• 1201 Baltimore Ave., Timothy Mark Walters, demolition, $500.

• 215 East Side Blvd., Arcon Inc., commercial remodel, $20,000.

• 1510 Warrior St., Nick Johnson, residential remodel, $6,000.

• 1901 E. Woodlands Circle, Darryl K. Teal Maggard, storm shelter, $3,295.

• 911 Creek St., Joshua Foster, roof, $2,500.

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