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Building permits - April 3

April 03, 2011

The following permits recently were issued in Washington County:

New homes

Elmwood Realty LLLP, 13324 John Martin Drive, Williamsport, two-story 3,386-square-foot total finished single- family dwelling, full unfinished welled-exit basement with future bath roughed-in, morning room with full basement, 4-foot extension to family room with full basement, attached two-car garage, covered front porch, frame construction, pre-engineered truss roof and floor systems.

Westfields Investments LLC, 9429 Westenberger Drive, Hagerstown, 1,711-square-foot finished space two-story, single-family dwelling with full unfinished basement, window-well exit, attached two-car garage, frame construction with pre-engineered roof trusses, uncovered front porch.



Home improvements

Mark P. and Jeanette M. Leadingham, 17462 General Lee Drive, Sharpsburg, 140-square-foot covered porch to front of dwelling, frame construction, concrete slab.

Samuel O. Powell, 22236 Ringgold Pike, Hagerstown, roof mounted solar panel with 80-gallon water heater with electric backup.

James A. and Connie F. Wagner, 139 Dartmouth Drive, Hagerstown, 464-square-foot, two-level open deck to rear of dwelling, pressure-treated frame with composite decking, vinyl handrails, steps to grade and installation of two 32-inch entrance doors in garage.

Peggy Sharkey, 9735 Sharpsburg Pike, Hagerstown, 768-square-foot detached two-bay-garage, pier footings with concrete slab floor, pole-frame construction, pre-engineered truss roof.

Ronald E. and Carol S. Michael, 530 Pennsylvania Ave., Hancock, 40-by-60-foot intent to build pole-frame construction for storage of farm equipment.

John T. and Linda L Ritenour, 3310 Hawks Hill Lane, Keedysville, demolish two-story, single-family dwelling destroyed by fire.

Brandenburg Family Limited, 24 S. Main St., Boonsboro, install 5/8-inch fire-code gypsum board around stair enclosure and on ceiling of first floor to separate first-floor apartment from second-floor apartment.



Businesses

Hagerstown Community College, 11665 Hawk Drive, Hagerstown, 25,349-square-foot, two-story commercial structure steel and masonry construction for the Washington County Senior Center, first floor will house offices, gymnasium, storage rooms, kitchen with dining hall, restrooms, mechanical room and foyer, elevator servicing both levels; second floor will house administrative offices, storage rooms, restrooms and kitchenette.

Varsity Professional Center LL, 11236 Robinwood Drive, Hagerstown, 3,648-square-foot fitout of commercial space for Hagerstown Imaging Services, creating waiting rooms, reception offices, exam rooms, restrooms, X-ray, MRI, PET scans and equipment rooms, fireproofing of portions of first- and second-floor structure.

Varsity Professional Center LL, 11236 Robinwood Drive, Hagerstown, 1,377-square-foot interior fitout of existing commercial structure to include pharmacy, office storage, employee restroom, retail area, second exit from suite 102 with retaining wall, sidewalk and fireproofing of portions of first- and second-floor structure.

Outlet Village of Hagerstown, 495 Premium Outlets Blvd., Hagerstown, reface and change internal sign lighting source from neon to LED for three monument signs and one pylon free-standing sign identifying Hagerstown Premium Outlets.

Highland View Academy Inc., 10100 Academy Drive, Hagerstown, remodel four bathrooms (two girls and two boys) in the cafeteria building and gymnasium to make handicapped-accessible, new plumbing.

1935 Dual Highway LLC, 1935 Dual Highway, Hagerstown, construct a 15-foot-long wall, 8 feet in height to separate the call-center sales office and call-center service office for sound purposes in the main Younger Toyota building, metal studs and framing.

Burnside First Church of God, 3904 Mills Road, Sharpsburg, replacing flat roof with 120-square-foot common rafter pitched roof, same size.

Tom Barnhart, 16232 Elliott Parkway, Williamsport, demolition of an nonload-bearing interior wall separating copy room and office creating a larger office at the water-quality building.

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