Building permits — CITY

September

12PAC LLC, 1700 12th St., commercial/new office building

Brian Watts, 1002 Nina Lane, residential/solar install

6400 LLC, 117 and 119 E. Eugene St., residential/duplex

Creekside Development, 3108 Sherman Ave., residential/single-family dwelling

Kirk Wong, 1017 Lincoln St., residential/mechanical

6400 LLC, 117 and 119 E. Eugene St., residential/mechanical

Port of Hood River, 300 E. Port Marina Way, commercial/fire alarms

Adams Family Trust, 1117-A Fifth St., residential/garage-ADU

Adams Family Trust, 1117-A Fifth St., residential/mechanical

Hood River Center LLC, 1727 12th St., commercial/repairs

Dean Cameron, 202 Wasco Loop, light-industrial/sign footings

Scott Zagarino, 9 E. Sherman Ave., residential/re-roof

Darin Hepner, 3120 and 3122 Eliot Drive, residential/duplex

Peter Belmont, 1018 Nina Lane, residential/carport addition

Peter Belmont, 1018 Nina Lane, residential/solar install

Dick Smith, 1202 and 1210 Taylor St., commercial/demolition

Creekside Development, 3108 Sherman Ave., residential/mechanical

Lodge at Hood River, 714 Cascade Ave., commercial/repairs

Paddocks, 1120 12th St., commercial/re-roof

Dana Sweeks, 3631 Cascade Ave., commercial/awning

Sheppard’s, 102 State St., commercial/re-roof

CenturyLink, 902 Wasco St., commercial/fire alarms

John Mayo, 1009 12th St., commercial/sign install

Adams Family Trust, 1117 Fifth St., residential/garage demolition

Darin Hepner, 3120 and 3122 Eliot Drive, residential/mechanical

Erik Ekman, 2211 Sherman Ave., residential/mechanical

Providence, 810 12th St., commercial/mechanical

Greg Skwarczynski, 111 Third St., commercial/mechanical

Ambler Fitzsimmons, 916 Cascade Ave., residential/re-roof

Cindy Pryer, 1536 Columbia Ave., residential/repairs

Mike Keep, 1555 Avalon Way, residential/mechanical

Safeway Inc., 2249 Cascade Ave., commercial/alteration

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I Can't Keep Quiet singers at "Citizen Town Hall"

‘I can’t keep quiet,’ sing members of an impromptu choir in front of Hood River Middle School Saturday prior to the citizen town hall for questions to Rep. Greg Walden. The song addresses female empowerment generally and sexual violence implicitly, and gained prominence during the International Women’s Day events in January. The singers braved a sudden squall to finish their song and about 220 people gathered in HRMS auditorium, which will be the scene of the April 12 town hall with Rep. Greg Walden, at 3 p.m. Enlarge



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