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Building permits issued by the City of Palo Alto.

542 Center Drive Removing an existing shake roof and installing new Class B teal prime cedar shakes at main house only. $60,700.

2857 South Court Upgrade panel in the same location, 200 amps. $3,400.

345 Wilton Ave. Revision to widening the patio opening; add a beam behind the kitchen wall.

581 University Ave. Revise size of previously approved skylights, add fan coil unit in roof, expand interior offices, add dishwasher, bar sink and extra sink at restrooms; new details for non-load-bearing walls at offices’ new outlets and data ports.

2775 Middlefield Road, Suite B Interior non-structural demo (1000 sf) in preparation for Taste Buds Kitchen tenant improvement. $20,000.

2011 Columbia St. Install (1) level 2 NEMA receptacle electric vehicle service equipment on side of garage. Electrical service upgrade to 200 amps in same location.

2010 Edgewood Drive Code enforcement: install 2 Mitsubishi ductless split systems with 7 Air Handlers. $36,420.

1082 Cardinal Way Residential electric vehicle service equipment (30 amp) wall connector installed at exterior of garage. $1,589.

634 College Ave. House repipe. Replacing all galvanized piping with copper piping. No water piping. $22,775.

1300 Dana Ave. Remove and replace existing furnace and A/C unit on roof. $23,316.

2225 Amherst St. Replace water heater, same location. $2,000.

2511 Webster St. Electrical for new portable jacuzzi installed in side yard. $1,800.

345 Forest Ave., Apt 100 Install 15-year reinforced coating system over existing built roof with acrylic coating; roof is cool/roof rated title 24 compliant, 60 squares.Coating shall be laid directly on existing roof surface. $30,000.

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