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December 25, 2019 Réf’iorter Page 3C BUILDING PERMITS FOR THEMONTH OF NOVEMBER Here are the building permits issued by the Forsyth-Monroe County Building Department in November: Continued from I C Forsyth, 2506 Boxankle Road, map portion of 026, parcel 022, 1.96 acres, $135,000 - Kimberly D. Everidge, 307 Edge Road, Forsyth to Robert Hopper, 54 Pine Valley Drive, Forsyth, Pine Valley Drive, map 079A, parcel 020, 2.2 acres, $20,000 Nov. 18 - Leslie Wells, 120 Howard Oaks Drive, Macon to Forest Grove, LLC, 815 Cherokee Road, Gainesville, map 028, parcel 013A, $373,650 o Ron J. Cleghorn, 125 Hampton Ridge Road, Macon to Armando Perez Ibarra, 468 Christian Road, Juliette, map 11 1, parcel 066, 1 acre, $16,000 - Omega Q. Owens, 254 Union Hill Drive, Forsyth to Ronald J. Cleghom, 11406 Hwy. 74, Forsyth, 11406 Hwy. 74, map 059, parcel 008C, $147,000 Mary Ellen Stone, 51 Mays St., Forsyth to Nationstar Mortgage, LLC, d/b/ a Cham— pion Mortgage Company, 8950 Cypress Waters B1vd., Coppell, Texas, 51 Mays St., map F29, parcel 049, $17,000 Milton B. Bedgood, 428 Fairview Church Road, For— syth to Adam C. Segers and Laura H. Segers, 428 Fairview Fairview Church Road, map Co., Inc., PO. Box 1037, 040, parcel 028G, 2.947 acres, Forsyth to Blaine Umbaugh $174,000 and Brittany Logan Umbaugh, Amanda Pruitt Hudson, 3636 Bonanza Drive, Macon, 119 Towaliga Lake Drive, Jack— 415 Maynard Church Road, son to Sheryl Lynne Lanier, map 078, parcel 076, $23,000 119 Towaliga Lake Drive, Jack- son, 119 Towaliga Lake Drive, map 012D, parcel 056A, 1.369 acres, $162,000 - River Forest Homeowner’s Association, Inc., 3300 Johnstonville Road, Forsyth to American Craftsman Homes, Inc., 120 Park 42 Drive, Suites A 81 B, Locust Grove, map 026H, parcel 040, 047, 048, 049, 050, 055, 056 Sr 057, map 0261, parcel 036 8: 037, 12.33 acres, $280,000 Land Holding Company, LLC, PO. Box 26254, Macon to Bradley Thigpen, 5625 Kesteven Lane, Macon, map 093, parcel 013, 5.45 acres, $ 125,000 o Thomas S. McComb, 1705 Ridgewood Place, Vidalia to Sarah E. Gilbert, 123 Riv- ers Edge Drive, Forsyth, 123 Rivers Edge Drive, map 038A, parcel 020, $308,000 Nov. 19 Daniel L. McCoy, 14374 Hwy. 74, Culloden to Danielle Garrison, Ronald Inness and Christine Inness, 765 Charles Johnson Road, Forsyth, 765 Charles Johnson Road, map 045, parcel 056, $344,000 Nov. 20 - Marian S. Winters, 2993 Hwy. 42 North, Forsyth to IE. Roush 8: Company, 38 North Mulberry St., Jackson, Logwall Church Road, map portion of 051, parcel 010E, $71,000 Nov. 21 - Newton Timber Company, LLLP, f/k/a Newton Timber Company, Ltd, PO. Box 5938, Forsyth to Piedmont Forestry, LLC, PO. Box 28186, Macon, map 031, parcel 022, $250,648 - Hank Osterlund, 704 River Overlook, Forsyth to Stepha— nie Williams, 313 Tuxedo Circle, Forsyth, 309 Tuxedo Circle, map 026H,- parcel 035, 1.76 acres, $20,000 - Jerry L. Patrick and Anita B. Elliott, 97 Freedom Drive, Forsyth to Hank Osterlund and Jennifer Osterlund, 704 River Overlook, Forsyth, 706 River Overlook, map 026F, parcel 028, 2 acres, $37,500 o Craftsman 11, LLC, 120 Park 42 Drive, Suites A 81 B, Locust Grove to Anthony Martin, 341 Preakness Way, Forsyth, 341 Preakness Way, map 015A, parcel 068, 1.36 a Georgia Properties, Inc., PO. Box 1970, Jackson to Bar- bara Craig, 60 Cedar Court, Monticello, Jenkins Road, map portion of 091, parcel 001, 13.75 acres, $119,000 - Georgia Properties, Inc., PO. Box 1970, Jackson to Doris Cash Pruitt, 516 Brushy Creek Circle, Jackson, Jenkins Road, map portion of 091, parcel 001, 8.24 acres, $60,000 o Brian Atkinson, 3948 East Lake Todd Drive, Hernando, Fla. to Stephen T. Jones and Sherry G. Jones, 12595 Panhandle Road, Hampton, 241 Pioneer Trail, map 0123, ’ parcel 021, 6.3 acres, $43,500 - Three Oaks Construction and Development, Inc., 2918 Riverside Drive, Macon to Knock Homes, Wis., LLC, 309 East Paces Ferry Road, NE, Suite 409, Atlanta, 217 Preak— ness Way, map 054B, parcel 027, $219,000 Nov. 22 - Rickey Taylor, 8950 Cypress Waters Blvd., Cop- pell, Texas to Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, as Trustee on behalf of H51 Asset Securitization Corporation, 8950 Cypress Waters Blvd, Coppell, Texas, 1300 Edge Road, map 091A, parcel O98G, 7.6 acres, $487,684 Nov. 25 Lane, Southfield, Mich. to V Daniel N. Norton, 204 John- son Lane, Forsyth, Pea Ridge Road, map 107, parcel 008D, 16 acres, $55,000 - Joy M. Evans, 1058 Blount Road, Jackson to Terry L. Hendrick and Mary E. Hendrick, 1058 Blount Road, Jackson, 1058 Blount Road, map 025, parcel 010 & 010B, Mary Brown Mobile Home 36 Dumas Road 2,845 $135,000 Rafael Nodal Storage 147 Towaliga Lake Drive 360 $5,300 Kerri Swearingen Commercial 19 North Lee Street $50,000 Alfred Gantt Electrical 5607 Highway 83 North $1,000 Piedmont Electric Electrical 385 Blue Ridge School Road $800 American Craftsman Homes New 451 Preakness Way 3,611 $390,000 American Craftsman Homes New 461 Preakness Way 3,651 $400,000 Wes Walker Builders New 724 Kilmory Drive 5,874 $650,000 Roush Enterprises Barn 11409 Highway 74 4,900 $90,000 Ivey League Pools Pool 312 Waddesdon Drive $60,000 Georgia Grown Construction New 1227 Forsyth Landing Lane 2,482 $150,000 Pamlico Pools Pool 86 Claire Road $25,000 Joe’s Concrete Pools Pool 205 Andrew Court $55,000 Shawn Anderson Mobile Home 200 Bennie Place 1,780 $38,000 Tiffany Evans Commercial 104 Clayton English Drive 880 $30,000 Jason Butler Mobile Home 13568 Highway_87 2,052 $18,000 Chris Maeder Electrical 800 Pine Grove Church Road $200 Mr. Electric/Service Electric Electrical 124 Logwall Church Road $850 Tammy Jones Mobile Home 57 Jeffrey Way 1,344 $68,000 Johni Skelton Electrical 320 Searcy Drive $500 Robert Rebecca Barnes Storage 8637 Whittle Road 384 $7,200 America's Home Place New 351 Zellner Road 2,572 $234,000 America's Home Place New 78 East River Mist Court 2,775 $260,000 James Menke Shop 2700 Maynards Mill Farm 1,200 $40,000 James Menke Shop 1899 Maynards Mill Road 6,400 $45,000 Hannah Electric Company Electrical 655 Russellville Road $5,000 TR 5 Church Road, Forsyth, 428 Ingram 8r Legrand Lumber acres, $406,150 Paul J. Tyler, 23864 Wendy Road, Forsyth, 230 Hickman Road, map 039B, parcel 017, 0.999 acres, $139,900 o John K. Schneller and Lisa A. Schneller, 5520 Peeks— ville Road, McDonough to Bryan A. Bowers and Kayla H. Bowers, 3630 South Ola Road, Locust Grove, 110 River Shoals Road, map 26N, parcel N/A, 1.32 acres, $34,000 Sharon 0. Veal as Executor 34.079 acres, $245,000 of the Estate of Wade Jackson o Emery D. Guinn, et al, a/k/ a Wade Hampton Jackson 1027 Broken Arrow Trail, and Juanita R. Jacks, Lot 9, Forsyth to Timothy McPipkin Towaliga Road, Forsyth to Jon and Brandi S. McPipkin, 1027 ‘Broken Arrow Trail, Forsyth, 1027 Broken Arrow Trail, map 0803, parcel 010, $175,000 o Georgia Properties, Inc., PO. Box 1970, Jackson to David A. Hightower and Amanda L. Hightower, 138 Waterford Place, Macon, Jenkins Road, map portion of 091, parcel 001, 8.103 acres, $68,000 W. Hughes, 988 Hwy. 1941. No. 1798, Hampton, Towaliga Road, map 037A, parcel 019, $18,000 . Mary J. Lieck, 11211 Treadwell Road, Forsyth to Joshua K. Wagner and Mary Wagner, 1 1211 Treadwell Road, Forsyth, l 12 1 1 . Treadwell Road, map 045, par- cel 033A, 2.3 acres, $187,000 Nov. 27 Nov. 26 - Madison Crowley, 100 - Donna K. Frankenhauser, Sydney Woods Drive, Forsyth 1034 SW County Road 138, to Watson’s Green, LLC, PO. Fort White, Fla. to Miranda Leigh Puckett, 1428 Hwy. 74, Culloden, 14281 Hwy. 74, map 034, parcel 018E, 1.697 acres, $35,000 o Kelly Van De Vusse, et al, Box 887, Macon, Watson Road, map 073A, parcel 005 8r 006, 3.87 acres, $10 o Madison Crowley, 100 Sydney Woods Drive, Forsyth to Watson’s Green, LLC, PO. 1039 Ponder Trammell Road, Box 887, Macon, Watson Juliette to Mark Douglas Road, map 073A, parcel 007, Balltzglier and Amber Franks 3.26 acres, $10 Balltzglier, 230 Hickman County hikes building inspection, permit fees By Richard Dumas lorsyth©mymcmet Monroe County Commissioners raised building permit and inspection fees signifi- cantly on Tuesday, Dec. 17. At the recommendation of county manag— ' er Jim Hedges and the University of Geor- gia’s Carl Vinson Institute of Government (CVIOG), commissioners approved by a 4-0 vote to double the cost of a building permit application fee, raising it from $50 to $100. Commissioners also increased the cost of getting a residential and commercial single trade permit fee from $25 to $40. They also raised the fee for getting a driveway permit by four times from $25 to $100. Commissioners also approved by a 4—0 vote to increase building inspection fees for residential and commercial properties from $0.16 per square-foot to $0.43 per square- foot. While commissioners agreed to cap residential building fees at a maximum of $2,000, commissioners put no cap on the' cost of commercial building fees. How- ever, the board did agree to work with the Development Authority of Monroe County on a case-by—case basis on determining building inspection fees for large industrial or distribution properties. Hedges said the permit fee will enable the customer to re- ceive seven building inspection visits during construction, a building code compliance certificate and a certificate of occupancy. At Carl Vinson Institute’s recommendation, commissioners initially considered using Building Valuation Data from the Interna- tional Code Council (ICC), which provides an average construction cost per square foot by construction classification, as a means for determining building inspection fees. However, District 1 commissioner Larry Evans said he preferred sticking with the per square-foot cost model the county has previ- ously used because the ICC method totals are subject to fluctuations in the economy. Evans first proposed raising the rate to $0.36 per square-foot, but District 3 commissioner John Ambrose and chairman Greg Tapley swayed the board to consider the higher amount of $0.43 per square-foot. With the change, the building inspection fee for a 3,000 square-foot residential home jumps from $480 to $1,290, an increase of $810. Also, for example, the building inspec- tion fee for a 50,000 square-foot commer— cial complex would go up from $8,000 to $21,500, an increase of $13,500. In addition, commissioners established a new plan review fee for commercial custom— ers that will charge $150 for any building 1 to 5,000 square feet in size, $300 for any build— ing 5,001 to 10,000 square feet, $450 for any building 10,001 to 15,000 square feet, $600 for any building 15,001 to 20,000 square feet and $600 plus $50 for each additional 10,000 square feet for any building in excess of 20,000 square feet. Hedges said Monroe County has been charging the same amounts for building inspections and permits for more than a decade and those fees are lower than those of its surrounding counties. Hedges said raising the fees should enable the building department to break even next year. All fees adjusted or created on Dec. 17 will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2020. District 2 commissioner Eddie Rowland said the reason for the fee hikes is so that the persons doing the building are the ones pay- ing for the inspections rather than have the building department continue to be subsi- dized by property taxes. “We’re (commissioners) not looking for a revenue stream,” Rowland said. “We’re look- ing for this department to pay for itself’ According to Carl Vinson Institute data, the Monroe County building inspection de- partment has brought in between $131,000 and $135,000 in revenue in each of the past three years. Just over $169,000 was appro- priated in the 2020 budget for the building inspection department. However, Hedges said the actual cost of operating the county’s building inspection department is just over $253,000 due to capital needs like a new truck and new computer softWare. 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