Building permit fees add up to over $9,000

February is typically a slow month for new construction projects, but Sunnyside city building officials last month issued 29 building permits.

The projects have a combined valuation of $796,163. About two-thirds of that, though, came from Seneca’s plans to install a foundation for a 223,800 square-foot warehouse (see related story here).

Other projects of note permitted in Sunnyside during the month of February included the Port of Sunnyside’s plans to re-roof its office (the former Horizon building) at 2640 E. Edison Ave. The new roof has an estimated valuation of $44,050.

Also last month, city officials green-lighted permits to install a fire sprinkler system for a new freezer building at 420 Loretta St. and a fire alarm system for Sunnyside High School’s new addition.

City coffers garnered a total of $9,393 in permit fees during the month of February.


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