Roofing work leads City of Sunnyside's April building projects


The only new housing start permitted in Sunnyside last month was this home under construction at 1625 S. 13th St, in Aho Construction's Harvest Village development.

Of the 33 building projects permitted by Sunnyside city officials during the month of April, more than half-17-were for re-roofing homes and buildings in the city. The 17 re-roofs accounted for nearly $80,000 in valuation and generated more than $21,000 in permit fees for the city of Sunnyside.

Altogether, the city of Sunnyside saw new building starts total $360,812 in April, resulting in just over $7,600 in fees to the city.

There was one new housing start permitted during the month, a three-bedroom home at 1625 S. 13th St. by contractor Aho Construction. The home has a valuation of just over $148,000 and generated just over $2,000 in fees for the city's coffers.

Another home at 1214 Carnation Drive received permits for an 800-foot expansion to the existing house. That project is valued at $54,850 and netted $1,124 in permit fees.

City officials also issued three sign permits and five window permits during the month of April.


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