Building permits in January total $513,474

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Planning and Zoning Director Shontrell Roque confirms Whataburger permit issued

The largest building permit issued in the city during January was to Super 1 Foods on Hwy. 1 Bypass and in Dixie Plaza Shopping Center that are adding enhanced curbside grocery pickup locations. Permits for a valuation of $80,000 were obtained for each location plus a $5,000 permit for a sign at the bypass store. The Planning and Zoning Dept., issued 56 permits for a valuation of $513,474 according to the January report from Director Shontrell Roque. Among the permits were 17 issued for new roofs.

Permits were issued to the following:

•Benny Holmes, 436 Prather, roof, $750

•FAEJO properties LLC, 224 South Dr., commercial addition and alteration, $11,611

•Dean Derm Investments LLC, 216 University, commercial addition and alterations, $3,000

•Laban Chasteen, 1540 Edna, roof, $12,500

•Zachary Besant, 1124 Pavie, residential electrical, $800

•Dixie Development of Natchitoches, 230 South Dr., roof, $10,000

•Graham Hardin, 1736 Washington, residential electrical, $250, 1738 Washington, $1,800

•River South Commons LLC, 341 South Dr., B, sign $1,872

•ATT&T Southeast Tax Dept., 500 Fourth, roof, $196,860

•Broadmoor Shopping Center Inc., 229 Broadmoor Shopping Center, sign $9,000

•Black Wolf Investments LLC, 733 Keyser, commercial addition and alteration, $15,000

•Audrey D. Bradley, 1612 Northern, residential electrical, $300

•Abdullah Properties II LLC, 731 Salim, residential electrical, $350

• D’Nissa Hester, 222 Adelaide, residential electrical, $500

•Cobblestone Childhood Development, 524 Fourth, commercial addition and alteration, $3,000

•McQuillin Properties LLC, 707 St. Maurice Lane, residential addition and alterations, $1,315

•James B. Russell, 111 Stephens, residential electrical, $500

•Edward Leclair, 812 Hancock, residential electrical, $450

•Robbins Property Management, 944 Washington, roof, $9,500

•Frank Mitcham, 618 Whitfield, roof, $6,138

•Keyser Avenue Properties LLC, 318Dixie Plaza, sign, $5,000

•Rhodes Properties, 211 University, roof, $1,500; 137 University, roof, $1,500; 135 University, roof, $1,500; 131 University, roof, $1,500; 129 University, roof, $1,500; 207 Kingston, roof, $1,500; 212 Kingston, roof, $1,500; 216 Kingston, roof, $1,500; 218 Kingston, roof, $1,500; 200 Willow Bend, roof, $10,000

•My Father’s House, 621 Bossier, sign, $290

•Maude A. Monette, 1746 Lake, demolition, $3,000

•Edwin Dunahoe, 112 Amulet, residential addition and alteration, electrical, Pickett $14,000

•Patrice Shepherd, 421 Julia, demolition, $4,000

•Florence Robinson, 1221 Amulet, demolition

•Fred Cardino, 607 Melrose, roof, $4,538

•Police Jury building, 714 Fourth, roof, $6,750

•Industrial Development Board, commercial electrical, 120 Reba, $325; 124 Reba, $325

•Bobby L. Johnson, 906 Woodyard, residential electrical, $1,000

•Julius Armstrong, 1242 Dixie, demolition, $250

The Times contact Planning and Zoning Director Shontrell Roque concerning the issuance of a permit for Whataburger on Keyser Avenue. She confirmed the permit has been issued.

In weekend print edition Feb. 6-7, 2021