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The Madison Record

For the Record

By Staff
Police Arrest Report The Madison Police Department reported the following arrests between April 28 and May 4, 2003. * Assault – 3 * Burglary – 1 (felony) * Domestic Violence – 2 * Driving Under the Influence – 6 * Failure to Appear – 4 * Failure to Pay – 2 * Harassment – 1 * Jumping Bail – 5 * Possession of a Controlled Substance – 1 (felony) * Possession of Drug Paraphernalia – 1 * Possession of Marijuana – 2 * Public Drunkenness – 1 * Theft of Property – 1 * Violation of Probation – 4
Fire Summary Report The Madison Fire Department reported 47 incidents between April 28 and May 4. * Ambulance Assist – 12 * Air / Gas Rupture – 2 * Arcing / Shorted Electric Equipment -1 * Emergency Medical Call – 13 * False Call: System Malfunction -1 * Good Intent Call – 1 * Hazardous Condition – 1 * Hazardous Condition Standby -1 Lock In – 1 * Power Line Down -1 Refuse Fire – 1 * Rescue Call – 8 * Situation Found Not Classified – 2 * Spill / Leak No Ignition – 1 * Unintentional False Call – 1
Building Permits The Madison Community Development Department issued 19 commercial and residential building permits between April 28 and May 4 for a total of $4,555.64. * 485 Production Avenue – Commercial – $175 * 706 Anderson Circle – Residential – $31.25 * 106 Kings Cross Drive – Residential – $271.70 * Liverpool Drive – Residential – $260.07 * 105 Kilburn Circle – Residential – $217.99 * 114 Green Fern Street – Residential – $276.80 * 277 Old Overton Drive – Residential – $296.15 * 279 Old Overton Drive – Residential – $353.40 * 291 Old Overton Drive – Residential – $279.33 * Brickstone Place – Residential – $386.98 * Lynbrook Boulevard – Residential – $15.76 * 109 Tottenham Way – Residential – $257.19 * 103 Liverpool Drive – Residential – $217.99 * 103 Kilburn Circle – Residential – $246.92 * 123 Eastfield Drive – Residential – $94.48 * 114 Church Street – Residential – $10 * 145 Southwood Drive – $662.95 * 102 Beerli Drive – $481.93
There were 39 electrical permits issued for a total of $1,215.20. There were 17 gas permits issued for a total of $185. There were five home occupation permits issued for a total of $97.50. There were 20 mechanical permits issued for a total of $414. There were 4 miscellaneous permits issued for $126.70. There were 18 plumbing permits issued for a total of $970. There was one sign permit issued for $50. There were 5 permits issued for swimming permits for $125. The grand total for all permits issued between April 28 and May 4 was 128 for $7,739.04.

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