- Cullman, Alabama


May 10, 2013

Building permits January-March 2013

CULLMAN — The following are businesses who applied for building permits from Jan. 10-March 22, 2013:

• Jan. 10 — Holiday Inn Express, 2051 Hays Dr. NW, remodeling

• Jan. 18 — Shell Station, 6074 Highway 157 NW, repairs

• Jan. 22 — Michael Hatmaker, 620-B Olive St. SW, repairs to business

• Jan. 22 — HVAC, 612 Ave. C SE

• Jan. 23 — Jim Davis, repairs to business, 212 4th Ave. SE

• Jan. 23 — Michael Hatmaker, 620-B Olive St. SW, repairs to business

• Jan. 25 — Branel LLC, 909 2nd Ave. SW, repairs

• Jan. 28 — Valter Cipollari, 502 3rd St. SW, repairs to business

• Jan. 28 — Rehau, 2424 Industrial Dr. SW, repairs, addition

• Jan. 29 — St. Paul’s Lutheran School, 510 3rd Ave. SE, repairs

• Jan. 31 — Leann Green, repairs to business, 105/107 2nd Ave. NE.

• Jan. 31 — Moose Lodge, 1729 Eva Road NE, repairs

• Feb. 1 — Leonard Collier, repairs to business, 505 Main Ave. SW

• Feb. 4 — Sacred Heart, 112 2nd Ave. SE, repairs

• Feb. 4 — Marx Optical, 320 Broadway Dr. SW

• Feb. 5 — St. Paul’s Lutheran House, 319 5th St. SE, repairs

• Feb. 7 — American Family Care, 1841 Cherokee Ave. SW, new office

• Feb. 7 — City Parks and Rec.’s golf course, 2321 County Road 490 SW, repairs

• Feb. 11 — Cullman County Museum, 211 2nd Ave. SW, repairs

• Feb. 11 — Denny McAfee, 111-B 1st St. NE

• Feb. 15 — Dr. Samual Oliver, 407 4th Ave. NE, repairs

• Feb. 22 — Morgan Properties, 607 2nd Ave. NW, demolition

• Feb. 26 — St. Andrews UMC, repairs

• March 7 — Garlan Gudger, 314 2nd Ave. SE, repairs

• March 7 — Cullman Savings Bank, 316 2nd Ave. SW, repairs

• March 8 — Nate Harvell, 201 Dripping Springs Road NW, repairs to business (2 permits)

• March 12 — Multi-family dwelling-Baptist Health Systems, 201, 202, 205, 207, 209 McNabb Road NW

• March 13 — Richard Hart, 101 1st Ave. NW, commercial

• March 14 — City of Cullman golf course, 2321 County Road 490 SW, repairs

• March 15 — Woody Jacobs, 402 5th St. SW, repairs to business

• March 19 — Jeff Krout, 1610 Main Ave. SW, repairs to business

• March 20 — David Grissom, 2201 2nd Ave. NW, repairs to business

• March 20 — Rehau, 2424 Industrial Drive. SW, repairs

• March 22 — Beverly Smith, 2028 Main Ave. SW, repairs to business


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