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For the Record

By Staff
* Police Arrest Report * Fire Incident Report * Building Permits
Police Arrest Report The Madison Police Department reported the following arrests between July 7 and July 13. * Driving Under the Influence – 5 * Failure to Appear – 7 * Failure to Pay – 6 * Jumping Bail – 4 * Possession of a Controlled Substance – 1 * Possession of Drug Paraphernalia – 3 * Possession of Marijuana – 5 (two were felony arrests) * Possession of Obscene Material – 1 * Runaway, Theft of Property and Violation of Probation – 1 * Theft of Property – 4 (one was a felony arrest) * Violation of Protection Order – 1 * Violation of Probation – 3 * Public Intoxication – 1
Fire Incident Report The Madison Fire Department was not able to report incidents from last week. The fire department is in the process of installing new departmental software.
Building Permits The Madison Community Development Department issued 20 commercial and residential building permits between July 7 and July 13 for a total of $5,011.27. Commercial: * 934 Slaughter Road – $25 * Residential: 116 Old Ivy Circle – $288.08 * 107 Kilburn Circle – $248.84 * 107 Tudor Place – $260.93 * 108 Old Provence Place – $334.77 * 242 Prairie Drive – $19.42 * 450 Eastview Drive – $12.50 * 102 Green Fern Street – $320.44 * 116 Sturdivant Street – $30.72 * 211 Gaston Drive – $474.29 * 107 Inland Bay – $474.29 * 212 Crownridge Drive – $422.65 * 102 Rosehaven Circle – $346.19 * 115 Liverpool Drive – $235.85 * 124 Crownridge Drive – $357.62 * 507 Brenda Drive – $40.95 * 18 Gatehouse Court – $431.99 * 106 Dupont Circle – $243.78 * 176 Intracoastal Drive – $442.96
There were 32 electrical permits issued for a total of $1,316.95. There were 15 gas permits issued for a total of $152.50. There were 21 mechanical permits issued for a total of $570. There were 20 plumbing permits issued for a total of $1,247. There was one permit issued for demolition for $25, two sign permits for $25 each were issued, there was one permit issued for a swimming pool at $25 and there was one miscellaneous permit issued for $1.20.
The grand total for all permits issued between July 7and July 13 was 113, for a total of $8,398.92.

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