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Building permits for Sept. 17-21
Steamboat Springs

Brian and Chris Alicia
571 Gilpin Street
Owner/contractor
Single family residence
$167,421

K & K Builder Inc.
1225 Zephyr Trail
Owner/contractor
DuplexSide A and B
$393,770

K & K Builders Inc.
1203 Zephyr Trail
Owner/contractor
DuplexSide A and B
$417,450

Robert and Cheryl Spahr
325 Third Street
Owner/contractor
Detached garage
$23,040

John and Nancy Such
423 Seventh St.
Erickson Construction
Addtion/alteration
$92,000

Wescoin L.P.
2524 Copper Ridge Dr.
Owner/contractor
Warehouse shellBldg. A
$186,740.40

Wescoin L.P.
2522 Copper Ridge Drive
Owner/contractor
Warehouse shellBldg. B
$186,740.40

Wescoin L.P.
2520 Copper Ridge Dr.
Owner/contractor
Warehouse shellBldg. C
$132,895

Charles and Barbara Parnell
647 Anglers Court
Owner/contractor
Addition/alteration
$13,306

Robert Sabel
2754 Downhill Dr.
Dearborn Builders
Interior Alteration
$5,000

Routt County
Joseph Kish
36841 Tree Haus Drive
Owner/contractor
Single family residence
$221,580

Daniel and Diane Le Fevre
32250 C.R. 37
Owner/contractor
Single family residence
$300,888

David Nagel
57445 Golden Tide Place
Craig Larson Homes
Detached Garage
$18,432

Daniel and Aleah Kemry
43255 McGuire Lane
L & L Mobile Home Service
Single family residence
$101,391

Duane Rogers
30000 C.R. 27
Factory Direct Housing
Single family residence
$63,000

Matthew and Karen Custer
57345 Golden Tide Place
Craig Larson Homes
Alteration
$1,200

Martin Allen
31750 C.R. 22
Tweedy Construction
Addition/alteration
$31,320

Doug and Ann Doolin
399 E. Jefferson Ave. (Hayden)
Jerry Cina
Detached garage
$34,560

Harold Martinez
315 E. First St. (Oak Creek)
Bob’s quality housing
Single family residence
$75,540

Linda Sue Glaze
219 Bell St. (Oak Creek)
Custom Building Specialists
Fire resoration
$6,500


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