The 15 construction permits issued by the City of Mountain Home in August reflect just over $1 million in construction. For August, the city issued nine commercial signage permits, four residential building permits and two commercial conversion permits.
All residential building permits issued in August were issued to Hobbs Investments LLC. All four homes will be located on Ozark Avenue, with two having an estimated construction value of $125,000 each, while the other two homes will each have a construction value of $110,000.
A commercial remodeling permit has been issued to the BRMC Physician’s Clinic, located at 310 Buttercup Drive, for a commercial plumbing project estimated to cost $240,000. The other commercial remodeling permit was granted to Rick Hoover for a project at 1060 Hometown Common Unit F. The remodeling project is estimated to cost $246,500.
Boston Mountain Rural Health Center received a sign permit for 444 Hospital Drive. That board is estimated to cost $23,750.
A permit has been issued to the Animal Health Center, located at 2175 Highway 62 East, for a $15,000 sign.
American Freight was licensed for a sign at 1171 Highway 62 East with an estimated value of $8,000.
A license was issued to O’Reilly Auto Parts, located at 205 South Main Street, for a $5,000 sign.
Mountain Gear and Outfitters was licensed for a sign at 322 Highway 62 East with an estimated value of $2,500.
A permit has been issued to Edward Jones, located at Highway 92, West 62, for a $1,000 sign.
American Safeguard Insurance was licensed for a sign at 1002 Highway 62 East with an estimated value of $800.
A permit was issued to Backyard Blossoms, located at 1559 Glenbriar Drive, for a sign worth $200.
Vikings Edge was licensed for a sign at 1310 Eastside Center No. 9. There was no estimated value for that sign.
Mountain Home collected $5,238 in revenue in August from issuing construction, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing permits.