The City of Union Planning Department collected nearly $1,400 in fees on 101 permits and business licenses issued for commercial and residential repairs and new construction and new businesses in the month of November.
In its report to Union City Council for the month of November, the department reported issuing 45 permits and collecting $1,377.50 in fees on projects with a combined value of $178,074. These included:
• Eight building permits for $345 on $61,145 worth of commercial repairs.
• One building permit for $50 on a $1,750 demolition project.
• Seventeen building permits for $385 on $55,615 worth of residential repairs.
• Two permits for $40 on $5,350 worth of signage.
• One electrical permit for $15 on a $790 commercial repair project.
• One electrical permit for $73 on a $10,000 residential installation project.
• Four electrical permits for $154 on $8,200 worth of residential repairs.
• Four heating/air conditioning permits for $140 on $17,724 worth of residential installation.
• Three commercial occupancy permits.
• One plumbing permit for $71 on a $10,000 residential installation.
• Three plumbing permits for $104.50 on $7,500 worth of residential repairs.
The department also conducted four plan reviews; conducted four building inspections, six electrical inspections, five plumbing inspections, and three heating/air conditioning inspections; conducted all regular building, mechanical, electrical, gas and plumbing inspections; took pictures of nuisances, posted properties, and patrolled the city every day for business license and code violations.
The department also issued 56 business licenses in November , collecting $16,253.66 in fees.
There were three major projects reported by the department in November including the Save a Lot store at 410 N. Duncan Bypass, renovations at Brittany Manor, and fire damage repairs at Buena Vista, Building Eight.
New residential construction continued at 110 Heritage Way in November as did the demolition — by the owners — of the old Excelsior Mill Plant at 138 Broad St. and a house at 104 Standpipe St.
The department also issued four nuisance and code violation letters for overgrown grass, abandoned vehicles, signs and condemned structures.