Smiths Falls profits from new construction

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Posted on: July 24, 2017

Chris Must
editorial@pdgmedia.ca


Smiths Falls has collected over $230,000 in building permit fees so far in 2017.

In a report to town council’s Committee of the Whole July 24, Clerk Kerry Costello said a total of 45 building permits had been issued as of June 30. The total value of projects under construction in town so far in 2017 is in excess of $18 million.

The major projects in Smith Falls in 2017 include expansion at Tweed Inc., a new Catholic elementary school under construction on Ross Street, 14 new apartments at 2 Gould St., and new homes being constructed by Park View Homes.

Although 106 building permits were issued in 2016, the total value of construction came to $9 million, only half the value of construction projects for the first six months of 2017.

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