LEWISTON – The following building permits were issued in December 2005.

Deschaine Construction Inc., 12 Stoneledge Drive, for the construction of a 28 by 32 colonial-style (1,792) home with an attached 20-by-24-foot (480-square-foot) garage, $230,000.

Maine Source, 8 Shannon Street, for the construction of a 26-by-40-foot modular raised ranch, $110,000.

Dean Jr. and Susan Wiers, 25 Woodhaven Drive, for the construction of a 3,100 -square-foot contemporary home, one story with bonus room above garage, $250,000.

Marc and Cindy Dube, 308 Grove St., for the construction of a 28-by-40 colonial modular, $190,250.

Gary St. Laurent, 16 Roslin Ave., for the demolition of a 960-square-foot one – story home and the construction of a 960-square-foot new ranch home with an 8-by -8-foot breezeway and a 24-by-26-foot garage, $100,000.

David Dechaine, 17 Stoneledge Drive, for the construction of a 26-by-50-foot colonial style home with an attached 20-by-24-foot garage, $230,000.

Timothy Dubuc Sr., 33 Pearl St., for the construction of a 945-square-foot single -story home, $95,000.

Marcel Beaulieu, 9 Jill St., for the construction of a 28-by-48-foot modular ranch, $189,000.

Paula Beleskis, 86 Village Drive, for the installation of a 28-by-52-foot green, skyline, Springbrook 6512, 2006 three bedrooms, two baths, $67,000.

Daniel Stevens, 94 Heather Drive for the installation of a 2006 Skyline Limited Edition Special, clay, 14-by-66-foot, three bedrooms, one bath, $46,000.

Brenda St.Amand, 22 School St., for the construction of a 12-by-12-foot (144 -square-foot) shed, $3,000.

John Myrand, 164 Randall Road, for the construction of a 10-by-10-foot attached deck, $3,000.

Androscoggin Head Start, 31 River St., for the construction of a 35-by-40 -foot driveway, $2,400.

Drake Bradley, 90 Bardwell St., alterations/renovations, which consist of removing the existing back porch, addition and deck and replacing with a 5’7″-by-6′ (34 -square-foot) porch, 28-by-30-foot (840-square-foot) addition and 10-by-18 (180 -square-foot) deck, $192,000.

Norman Allen, 51 College St., for alterations/renovations (due to fire damage) to a 3,500-square-foot, three-story building to include repairing a hole in the roof, replacing damaged siding, renovate the existing three decks, installation of existing doors, vinyl windows, interior doors, framing and painting, $80,000.

Tom Trytek, 307 Bates St., for the installation of two fire escapes for three units, $10,000.

Marc Allen, 1334 Sabattus St., rebuilding first floor, replacing floor joists, moving bathroom from one location to another, $10,000.

Michael Stull, 1058 Main St., for alterations to existing flat roof (12-by-20-foot), $3,000.

CPS Ventures, 1 River Road, for the renovation of entire building, $50,000.

SKY Associates, 146 Pierce St., for the installation of 78 windows size for size, $15,500.

Mike Scheade, 330 Pond Road, for the construction of a 28-by-32-foot slab only, $4,000.

Watkins Property Management LLC, 87 Birch St., for the installation of new windows and changing size of windows in two rooms, $1,500.

Donald Dubois, 71 East Ave., for alterations/renovations, which consist of removing and replacing the existing interior walls, $150,000.

H.E.Sargent Inc., 145 River Road, for the construction of a 6-by-25-foot (150 -square-foot) roof over the existing stairway, $3,000.

People’s Heritage Bank, 140 Mill St., for the construction of a 51,000-square-foot fit up, three floors, file storage, office space, bathrooms each floor, heating and a/c systems, $203,000.

Tom Trytek, 208 Bates St., for the construction of a handicap ramp/will be attached to granite stairs, $10,000.

Marc Patry, 536 Lincoln St., for interior renovations to retail and seating area of the business.

Charles Kinler, 25 Tampa St., for the demolition of a 4,189-square-foot one-story building. Installation of 18 parking stalls. Installation of a 6-by-340-foot stockade fence. Interior renovations, $12,600.

Bill Bryant, 63 Sabattus St., for the repair of the end and side wall of Blue Goose, $13,050.

City of Lewiston, 156 East Avenue, for photo lab and fitness/dance area renovations, $450,000.

David Gendron, 13 Ridge Road, construction of a 40-by-60 foot by 16 high ceilings, detached garage with one 10-by-14-foot and 10-by 10-foot OH door, one 3 -by-6’8″ entry door, three windows on right 60 foot side, 8 pitch with gable end over 40-foot wall and 10-by-10-foot bath/boiler room.

Stephen Morgan, 260 South Ave., for the construction of a 26-by-28-foot two -story garage and a 9-by-17-foot addition between garage and house, $50,000.

Jean Paradis, 1097 Main St., for the construction of a 32-by-40-foot two-car garage and a 15-by-30-foot storage area, $55,000.

Ken and Anita Morrison, 11 Oxbow Drive, for the removal of a 1972, Lagrande, 14-by-70 foot (980-square-foot) mobile home with two bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Country Lane Homes, 1211 Sabattus St., (22 Circle Drive), for the removal of a 14-by-56 foot gray Skylark, two bedrooms one bath.

Beatus Swai, 191 Webber Avenue for the installation of a 5 foot high, 15 foot long wire fence, $100.

Gerard Gosselin, 15 Rejane Ave., for Internet sales (telephone and online.)

Edward Given, 850 Lisbon St., for tax preparation service.


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