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Credit union permit helps city’s bottom line

Submitted by Phil Heimerl on July 20, 2018 – 12:32 amNo Comment
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The City of Alpena issued 55 building permits in June, for construction projects valued at nearly $9.3 million.

The largest permit of $8 million was pulled by Northland Area Credit Union, which is constructing a new corporate headquarters off Bagley Street.

The majority of permits were issued to homeowners for various odd jobs such as installing windows, roofs and more.

Alpena County was issued a roughly $20,000 permit for the new steps and entryway into the Annex Building.  MidMichigan Medical Center – Alpena pulled a $691,000 permit for a new boiler addition and some remodeling.

The city has issued 182 building permits through June, for projects valued at $11.1 million.  That compares to the first six months of 2017 when 197 permits were issued for projects of $3.26 million.

The city has collected nearly $103,000 in permit fees versus the same time last year when $37,400 were collected.

The city also issued 21 electrical permits, 14 mechanical permits ans 9 plumbing permits in June.

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