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The Madison Record

For the Record

By Staff
Police Arrest Report
The Madison Police Department reported the following arrests between May 12 and May 18. * Criminal Trespassing – 1 * Driving Under the Influence – 1 * Driving with a Suspended License – 1 * Failure to Appear – 5 * Failure to Pay – 2 * Harassment – 1 * Jumping Bail – 2 * Public Drunkenness – 1 * Theft of Property – 2 (1 felony) * Violation of Probation – 2
Fire Summary Report The Madison Fire Department reported 44 incidents between May 12 and May 18. * Ambulance Assist – 15 * Air-Gas Rupture – 1 * Emergency Medical Call – 13 * Rescue Call – 8 * Search – 1 * Smoke-Order Removal -1 * Smoke Scare -1 * System Malfunction – 1 * Situation Found Not Classified – 1 * Unintentional False Call – 1 * Vehicle Fire – 1
Building Permits * The Madison Community Development Department issued 29 commercial and residential building permits between May 12 and May 18 for a total of $6,586.59. * 540 Hughes Road – Commercial – $247.77 * 650 Hughes Road – Commercial – $539.17 * 300 Hughes Road – Commercial – $500 * 105 West Dublin – Commercial – $125 * 8097 Madison Blvd. – Commercial – $312.32 * 512 Thoreau Spring – Residential – $404.47 * 121 Intracoastal Dr. – Residential – $442.36 * 226 Horseshoe Bend – Residential – $236.35 * 112 Greenclover Lane – Residential – $355.14 * 104 Greencolver Lane – Residential – $279.64 * 117 Horseshoe Bend – Residential – $282.20 * 796 Seina Vista Dr. – Residential – $19.92 * 101 Old Ivy Circle – Residential – $313.38 * 116 Champions Green – Residential – $7.68 * 110 East Inwood Circle – Residential – $5.00 * 154 Bridgefield Road – Residential – $339.13 * 119 Wesly Clark – Residential – $439.02 * 101 Joshua Circle – Residential – $5 * 118 Antique Rose Dr. – Residential – $355.14 * 114 Monument Lane – Residential – $382.43 * 230 Pennsylvania Ave. – Residential – $262.68 * 107 Rosehaven Circle – Residential – $343.54 * 791 Seina Vista Dr. – Residential – $40.50 * 116 Green Fern St. – Residential – $260.99 *103 Sharpsburg Dr. – Residential – $25 * 103 Celia Dr. – Residential – $24 * 111 Benson Blvd. – Residential – $ 9 * 117 McDermotts Way – Residential – $9.60
There were 25 electrical permits issued for a total of $1,767. There were 19 gas permits issued for a total of $240. There was one home occupation permit issued for $37.50. There were 25 mechanical permits issued for a total of $587. There were three miscellaneous permits issued for a total of $401.70. There were 13 plumbing permits issued for a total of $571. Two permits were issued for swimming pools for a total of $65.
The grand total for all permits issued between May 12 and May 18 was 118 for $10,285.79.

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