Metropolis of Aberdeen constructing permits for May possibly 9 by 15.

Building Permits

Dahme Construction Co, Inc., 405 S. Seventh St., build new 90-by-110 foot creating with 61-by-19 foot breezeway, $1,050,000.

LL Investments LLC., 1702 Eighth Ave. N.W., three-unit storage developing, $220,000.

Crawford Truck Profits, 3601 Sixth Ave. S.E., insulate and put in wall liner panels on the south, west and north inside partitions of key shop region, $40,000. 

Robert Schaeffer, 1409 N. 1st St., switch siding and 6 windows – two garage, 4-seasons room, $30,800.

Tim Zinter, 504 21st Ave. N.E., shingle property and garage, sheet roof and insulate, $17,753.50.

Alfred Froiland, 1601 S. McCoy St., reside home and connected garage, $15,000.

Jeffrey Sobb, 1314 N. Primary St., reshingle household and garage, $13,000.

Damain Kannegieter, 2120 Fifteenth Ave. S.E., shingle property and garage, $12,836.76. 

Brett Newton, 1734 Maplewood Ln., install about 170′ of 6′ privateness fence, $12,200.

Brian Dahme, 11411 Third Ave. S.W., reshingle house, $12,000.

Thomas Hodgson, 1720 Central Loop, reshingle house and hooked up garage, $10,500.

Matt Smith, 1524 17th Ave. S.E., reshingle residence and garage, $10,700.

Mark Glanzer, 104 N. Washington St., interior rework and elevate basement, include wood knee wall and attached to current basis, $10,000.

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