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A list of building permits approved by the city of Palo Alto as of Monday, Aug. 12.

2091 Edgewood Drive Temporary power pole. $1,000.

250 University Ave, Suite 110 Replace condenser unit from mechanical room to parking garage. $20,000.

4180 Park Blvd. Relocate existing exterior light fixture. $450.

1575 Edgewood Drive Change out furnace, add new a/c 2.5 ton. $28,999.

1338 Middlefield Road Vault ceiling in the interior only, no elevation changes.

3223 Hanover St. Revision to clarification of structural bolts where parking structure joins above grade structure, as well as a change in bolt dimensions. Adding conduit location for future electric vehicle service equipment and increased locations of charger ports. Change of lighting design and clarified locations.

2015 Edgewood Drive Revision to add metal rod to reduce the gap to 4" max as shown.

3170 Ross Road Reroof to remove existing wood shingles install oriented strand board and 50-year composition (25 squares). $10,000.

580 Arastradero Road, Unit 505 Kitchen and bathroom remodel and sub-panel replacement. This scope is based off master plan. $20,000.

1701 Channing Ave. Residential remodel of master bedroom, bath and kitchen, and remove closet wall to make bigger. $55,332.

641 Fairmede Ave. Install fiberglass into an existing pool. $7,488.

821 Cowper St. Tear off composition roofing. Install sheathing. Install Class A composition shingles. $24,500.

3015 Cowper St. Tear off one composition roof to plywood sheathing. Install GAF fiberglass shingles over 40lb underlayment. $41,990.

3400 Hillview Ave. Interior non-structural demo, half of the second floor only (5,100 sf). $85,000.

261 Hamilton Ave. Down scope demo plans/clarification.

2700 Kipling St. Revision to move one wall in the garage.

580 Arastradero Road, Unit 603 Tan Plaza Continental apartments. Kitchen and bathroom remodel, addition of washer/dryer, sub-panel replacement, and new mini-split system with condenser located on the balcony. Plan check done under the master permit. $20,000.

743 E. Charleston Road Electrical service upgrade to 200 amps, same location. $7,500.

580 Arastradero Road, Unit 607 Kitchen and bathroom remodel and sub-panel replacement. This scope is based off master plan. $20,000.

667 Channing Ave. Upgrade two main panels with separate meters to 200 amps.

3045 Park Blvd. Revision to trees substitutions.

345 Hamilton Ave. Owner improvement of interior reconnecting utility power to existing electrical switchboard in building, running conduit and cable to existing utility transformer through existing utility vault.

408 Leland Ave. Tear off old composition roof and install new composition roof for the house. $11,408.

2302 Bryant St. New skylight at side rear of house. $2,000.

492 Tennyson Ave. Residential master bath and bedroom remodel (300 sf). $20,000.

755 Hamilton Ave. Temporary power pole.

728 Christine Drive Reroof to remove existing wood shake material and install radiant barrier oriented strand board sheathing, install certified Presidential t asphalt shingles, 37 squares $25,000.

372 Creekside Drive Repipe gas pipes throughout whole house.

408 Leland Ave. Garage only. Tear off old composition roof. Install new composition roof. $2,593.

4175 Manuela Ave. Eliminate green screen and plant new bay laurel tree.

150 Kellogg Ave. Remove existing and install 1 layer of DiamondDeck as underlayment with CertainTeed Landmark Pro. $18,800.

901 California Ave. Owner's improvement to repair sub-slab drain line in building cafe on first floor. Scope of work: Remove floor section, excavation of soil to expose drain line, repair the drain line, backfilling of excavation and restore floor (16 sf). $15,000.

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