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A list of building permits approved by the city of Palo Alto as of Monday, Aug. 5.

1010 Newell Road Temporary power.

2489 Ramona St. Residential re-roof (16 sqs) existing deck to remain, and install new felt and composition shingles. $10,500.

986 Van Auken Circle Re-roof house and garage, one structure, 22 squares. $11,560.

180 El Camino Real, Suite H153 Retail tenant improvement for retail firm Peserico. Retailer to occupy 1910 sf. $25,000.

385 Colorado Ave. Residential kitchen remodel (135 sf) to include appliances, electrical/lighting, sink, range and hood, countertop and electrical service change out (100 amp/same location). No structural or window changes per contractor. $15,680.

4338 Silva Ave. Replace 40-gallon water heater in same location. $2,300.

3748 La Selva Drive Revision to include slab foundation detail change.

641 Fulton St. Temporary power..

590 Forest Ave. Repair gas leaks. $1,185.

800 E. Charleston Road, Unit 15 Revised scope to add lighting various locations.

939 Colorado Ave. Residential re-roof (24 sqs) tear off gravel, built-up asphalt roofing and replace with single-layer PVC single-ply roof covering. $14,400.

415 Lambert Ave. Revision to move trash enclosure location, add washer/dryer and dishwasher in staff kitchen.

3769 Nathan Way Electrical service upgrade to 200 amps, same location.

2364 South Court Re-roof house, flat area only. 76 squares, like for like. $12,175.

3400 Hillview Ave Install 5 each 120v receptacles "red zone or lab 2a-4408-" room building 4. $6,500.

3115 Bandera Drive Tear off one existing fiber cement roof. Install CertainTeed fiberglass shingles over 1/2" plywood and 40lb felt. $36,500.

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