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For the Record

By Staff
Police Arrest Report
The Madison Police Department reported the following arrests between May 19 and May 22. * Criminal Mischief – 1 * Driving Under the Influence – 4 * Domestic Violence – 1 * Failure to Appear – 3 * Failure to Pay – 2 * Giving False Information – 1 * Jumping Bail – 1 * Possession of Marijuana – 1 * Possession of Drug Paraphernalia – 1 * Receiving Stolen Property – 2 (felonies) * Theft of Property – 1 * Violation of Probation – 1
Fire Summary Report The Madison Fire Department reported 44 incidents between May 19 and May 22. * Ambulance Assist – 11 * Air-Gas Rupture – 1 * Emergency Medical Call – 7 * Rescue Call – 2 * Unintentional False Call – 1
Building Permits The Madison Community Development Department issued 29 commercial and residential building permits between May 19 and May 23 for a total of $4,190.29. * 3825 Sullivan Street – Commercial – $344.39 * 151 Yancy Road – Commercial – $17.50 * 523 Thoreau Spring – Commercial – $422.87 * 502 Brenda Drive – Commercial – $33.08 * 1800 Liberty Drive – Commercial – $74.07 * 1600 Liberty Drive – Residential – $87.11 * 206 Stavemill Drive – Residential – $29.60 * 116 Honor Way – Residential – $301.44 * 103 Gann Avenue – Residential – $7.68 * 103 Saddleback Court – Residential – $258.40 * 100 Saddleback Court – Residential – $294.48 * 110 Old Provence Place – Residential – $333.36 * 153 Maple Street – Residential – $512.15 * 111 Green Fern Street – Residential – $336.39 * 364 Yancy Road – Residential – $18.70 * 162 Kensington Drive – Residential – $305 * 1204 Nolan Boulevard – Residential – $31.02 * 210 Boulton Court – Residential – $345.51 * 209 Rodman Drive – Residential – $13.76 * 108 Brickstone Place – Residential – $362.88 * 475 Highland Drive – Residential – $60.90
There were 33 electrical permits issued for a total of $1,150.90. There were 18 gas permits issued for a total of $152.50. There was one home occupation permit issued for $37.50. There were 17 mechanical permits issued for a total of $394. There was one miscellaneous permit issued for a total of $1.90. There was one permit issued for a map for $10. There were 10 plumbing permits issued for a total of $624. Three permits were issued for swimming pools for a total of $75. There was one permit issued for a sign at no cost.
The grand total for all permits issued between May 19 and May 23 was 106 for $6,636.09.

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