LEWISTON -The following building permits were issued in January.

George Schott, 1544 Main St., for the construction of a 26-by-48-foot, ranch-style home, $125,000.

Raymond Fortier, 916 College St., for the replacement of 15 windows in the entire home (size-for-size), $7,500.

Maine Source Homes LLC, 4 Shannon St., for the construction of a 26-by-52-foot modular ranch, $120,000.

Maine Source, 17 Judith St., for the construction of a 23-foot-8-inch-by-42-foot modular ranch, $105,200.

Richard Boucher, 1990 Lisbon St., for the construction of a 40-by-60-foot garage area, $50,000.

Paul Mailhot, 406 Pond Road, for the construction of a 16-by-16-foot addition, vinyl windows and four sky lights, $42,000.

Robert Ulrich, 32 Woodhaven Drive, for the construction of a 28-by-30 two-story colonial with a 10- by 18-foot breezeway, three-car garage 26-by-30-foot, in-law apartment, and two 10- by 10-foot decks, $301,000.

Platz Associates, 70 Lincoln St., for the installation of an elevator, three stairways, electrical entrance, HVAD, and sprinkler, $1,000,000.

Platz Associates, 70 Lincoln St., for the alteration to build out 14,125 square foot of general office, $1,000,000.

Platz Associates, 70 Lincoln St., for the alteration to build out 4,725 square feet of restaurant space, $325,000.

Platz Associates, 70 Lincoln St., for partial application for structural upgrades, window replacement, and floor jacking of the first floor 16 to 18 feet, $350,000.

Bill Bryant, 63 Sabattus St., for the renovation of the Blue Goose, $30,000.

Raymond Poulin, 456 Webber Ave., for the construction of a 28- by 48-foot ranch home with an 8- by 20-foot deck and daylight basement, $172,000.

Jessica Wysocki, 75 Prospect Ave., for the addition of a 3- by 16-foot handicap ramp to the rear of building for new tenant, $400.

Chris Rioux, 223 Cotton Road, for the construction of a 28- by 54-foot ranch style home, $150,000.

Athenian Ent., LLC, 248 Lisbon St., for the installation of awnings on facade of building, whole length of building, replacement of windows in entire building, $16,000.

Jesse Pelletier, 529 Webber Ave., for the construction of a 24- by 24-foot garage with a 9- by 9-foot entry way, $18,000.

Bobby Brann, 230 Bartlett St., for the demolition of a 3,200-square-foot one-story building.

Will Sepulveda, 92 Scribner Blvd., for remodeling bathroom/laundry room, replace two windows size for size in bathroom, and two egress windows in bedroom, $4,000.

Lawrence Bilodeau, 19 Boston Ave., for build existing bedroom 11- by 15-foot above garage. Replace window, install heat and electricity, $5,000.

Janice Bureau, 183 Main St., for the construction of per foot an 8- by 10-foot internal wall for new waiting area, $500.

Richard St. Hilaire, 9 Ferry Road, for the installation of two offices in existing warehouse 14 by 16 feet each, $15,000.

Advocates for Children, 157 Main St., for the renovation to existing office space, $20,000.

Gendron and Gendron, 9 Gendron Drive, for the construction of a 350- by 150-foot, 250- by 190-foot, 70- by 24-foot warehouse, $3,000,000.

Ren Jun Chen, 260 East Ave., for the construction of vestibule, $2,000.

Paul Nadeau, 33 School St., for Home Occupation, Family Daycare Home for three to 12 children.

Paula Carver, 42 St. Patrick Ave., for the installation of a 12- by 16-foot prefabricated shed, $4,200.

Dead River Co., 18 Pettingill St., for the construction of roof over porch and stoop, $800.

David St. Hilaire, 99 Spring St., for the installation of new windows (10), interior office walls, and two 4- by 12-foot porches, $25,000.

Bobby Brann, 230 Bartlett St., for the construction of a 72- by 80-foot foundation, $50,000.

Helena Richard, 12 Drew St., for the removal of three mobile homes with new water and sewer connections, electrical poles and meters.

Coastal Enterprises Inc. 35 Spruce St., for daycare for up to six children. Limited to six children due to required play area. Note: Limited to six children due to available parking. If parking becomes unavailable at 37 Spruce St. due to sale or otherwise, daycare will be discontinued.

Dennis Nile, 16 Mount Hope Ave., for the removal of a 1969 black and white 12- by 56-foot, two-bedroom, one bath.


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