The City received $9,835 in fees for building permits during July according to Director of Planning and Zoning Juanita Fowler.
Her report says the permits represent a value of $2.1 million in construction costs for a range of projects from new construction to commercial repair and demolition. The 73 permits represent 7,963 square feet.
Among the permits were six issued for commercial addition and alterations, two electrical commercial repair/replacement, seven electrical residential repair and replacements, 18 residential addition and alterations, 15 roofing/reroofing, two sign applications, four single family attached, four new office/banks, four commercial store customer service, four residential other structures new and two for single family home demolitions.
Eighteen projects valued at $234,000 represent 18 roof repllcements.
One permit for $452,000 is for construction of the Shalom Clinic at the old Pizza Hut location on South Drive.
One permit for $850,000 is on South Drive where Buddy Lott will demolish the Chevron store and build a new store where the clearing work has begun.
The report indicates some grown over July 2016. The constructions were $1.2 million with a permit fee of $6,707.