PALM COAST BUSINESS ACTIVITY
According to Palm Coast’s Business Assistance Center, the following companies were issued business tax receipts Sept. 3-7:
• Town Center Urgent Care is a medical office at 21 Hospital Drive.
• Home Life Living Realty Corp. is a real estate office at 389 Palm Coast Parkway.
• Orthopedic Clinic of Daytona Beach is a medical office at 17 Old Kings Road.
• KC’s Home Improvement is a home-based handyman service.
• R&R Quality Cuts is a home-based landscaping service.
• Meccs Supply LLC is a home-based retail sales company.
• American Eagle Ent. LLC is a home-based certified building contractor.
• Paul Haines Home Improvements Inc. is a home-based registered contractor.
• 2 Brothers Mobile Detailing is a home-based mobile detailing service.
• Joe Bucci’s Professional Cleaning & General Home Repair Service is a home-based handyman service.
• Henry’s Mobile Complete Auto Care is a home-based mobile auto repair.
• Quality Garage Door Service is a home-based garage door repair service
PALM COAST PERMITS
The following is an update for permit activity in the city Aug. 30 to Sept. 5. Total number of all permits issued: 80.
Commercial permit applications received:
• Caprock LLC applied for a $2,300 permit for interior renovations to 15 Hargrove Grade Unit A.
• Town and Country Homes applied for an $8,000 permit for interior renovations to 391 Palm Coast Parkway Units 603 and 604.
• Whitley Builders applied for a $2,800 permit for interior renovations and demolition of walls at 4875 Palm Coast Parkway Units 1402 and 1403.
Commercial permits issued:
• The Door Store was issued a $2,300 permit for six window replacements at Elks Lodge at 53 Old Kings Road.
Residential permits issued:
• Screen Machines LLC was issued a $4,250 permit for an addition to 17 Marshview Lane.
• All Pro Enclosures was issued a $5,200 permit for an addition to 7 Ritchie Place.
• Grodi Teri was issued a $15,000 permit for an addition to 22 Sea Front Trail.
• A Certified Screen was issued an $8,500 permit for an addition to 4 Waterloo Place.
• Kevin Bosse was issued a $2,000 permit for interior alterations to 10 Riviera Estates Court.
• 3D Contracting was issued a $2,400 permit for interior alterations to 18 Poinciana Lane.
• Vanacore Construction was issued a $294,000 permit for a single family residence at 2 Lakeside Place East.
• Seagate Homes Inc was issued a $185,000 permit for a single family residence at 42 Parkview Drive.
Occupancy permits issued:
• Homelife Living Realty Corp claimed occupancy at 389 Palm Coast Parkway Southwest.
• Orthopedic Clinic of Daytona Beach claimed occupancy at 17 Old Kings Road North.
Flagler Beach permit activity
According to the city of Flagler Beach, the following permits were issued between Aug. 25 and Aug. 31:
Building permits issued:
• Custom Homes by Jeff Lai was issued a $54,000 permit for interior renovations to 208 2nd St. North.
• Beacon Point Construction was issued a $6,000 permit for a wall replacement at 24 Sunset Cove.
• CM Freeman Co. was issued a $25,000 permit for an alteration to 205 North Central Ave.
• Overhead Doors of America was issued a $549 permit for a garage door replacement at 306 12th St. North.
• Advanced Fire Extinguishers and Safety Equipment was issued a $1,500 permit for a fire suppression system at 215 South Ocean Shore Blvd.
• Turner Septic Service was issued an $850 plumbing permit for 600 Shearwood Drive.
• Turner Septic Service was issued an $850 plumbing permit for 603 23rd St. South.
• Turner Septic Service was issued an $850 plumbing permit for 614 23rd St. South.
• Palm Coast Heating and A/C was issued a $3,550 permit for work at 1840 South Daytona Ave.
• Palm Coast Heating and A/C was issued a $3,870 permit for work at 123 Avalon Ave.
• Wener’s Electrical Werks was issued a $3,115 permit for work at 300 South Central Ave.
• Paul and Emily Yasbeck were issued a $500 permit for renovations to 501 Emerald Drive.
• James and Kristi Monahan were issued a $1,000 permit for a storage shed at 6600 Lambert Ave.
• Lowes Home Center was issued a $1,827.45 permit for work at 285 Ocean Palm Drive.
• Ruhl and Linda Doup were issued a permit for tree removal at 614 Cumberland Drive.
• The Energy Outlet was issued a $5,995 permit for a solar water heater at 209 24th St. South.
• D&D Garage Doors was issued a $950 permit for work at 3636 South Central Ave.
• S&L Plumbing was issued an $850 permit for work at 613 Yorkshire Drive.
• Kehle Plumbing was issued a $550 permit for work at 112 5th St. North.
• Coquina Construction was issued a $2,600 permit for renovations at 142 Avalon Ave.
• Wilson Heating and A/C was issued a $2,701 permit for work at 2676 South Ocean Shore Blvd.
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