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A total of 113 permits were issued through Palm Coast between Thursday, July 19, and Wednesday, July 25.
Two commercial permits were issued, one to Superior Design Construction LLC, for $1,262,900 renovations to the photo lab, refrigeration system, vision center and pharmacy at Wal-Mart, at 174 Cypress Point Parkway. The second was a $1,420,000 permit issued to P&S Paving, for an asphalt path and walkway bridge on Palm Harbor Parkway.
Occupancy permits were issued to Abundant Life Ministries/Hope House Foster Care (located at 27 Eagle Harbor Trail), Bizcard Express (at 3 Cypress Brand Way) and BBS Management Group/Hero’s Internet Center (at 50 Plaza Drive)
No Commercial certificates of occupancy were issued.
The largest residential permit of the week was issued to Seagate Homes, for a $489,000 single-family residence, at 20 Lamoure Lane. The largest renovation permit of the week was issued to Lifetime Enclosures Inc., for a $10,232 addition to 28 Luther Drive.
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25 Pig Roast & Membership Drive
2:00 pm - 6:00 am
25 Jam Session in the Park
25 NAACP Meeting
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Cuddle up: Moose lodges donate dolls for children
This spring, Palm Coast Moose Lodge 2577 donated a box of 12 Tommy Moose dolls to bring comfort to children in times of stress, uncertainty or anxiety.
High School students donate to breast cancer patients
The Flagler Palm Coast High School Future Business Leaders of America class donated $580 to Florida Hospital Flagler Foundation’s breast cancer fund, which provides screening mammograms, diagnostic studies and education to local qualified women who are uninsured and seeking assistance.
Florida Hospital Flagler gives $2,000 in scholarships
Florida Hospital Flagler's medical staff donated $2,000 in scholarships to four graduating high school students.