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The Madison Record

For the Record

By Staff
Police Arrest Report Fire Summary Report Building Permits
Police Arrest Report The Madison Police Department reported the following arrests between June 2 and June 8. * Assault – 2 * Attempted Theft of Property – 2 * Disorderly Conduct – 2 * Domestic Violence – 2 (one was a felony) * Driving Under the Influence – 11 * Driving with Suspended License and Speeding – 1 * Failure to Appear – 6 * Failure to Pay – 1 * Possession of a Controlled Substance – 2 (one was a felony) * Possession of Drug Paraphernalia – 2 * Possession of a Forged Instrument – 1 (felony) * Possession of Marijuana – 2 * Public Drunkenness – 2 * Theft of Property and Receiving Stolen Property – 3 (two were felonies) * Violation of Probation – 2 * Writ of Arrest – 1.
Fire Summary Report The Madison Fire Department reported 51 incidents between June 2 and June 8. * Air-Gas Rupture – 2 * Ambulance Assist – 9 * Emergency Medical Call – 23 * Good Intent Call – 1 * Malicious Mischievous False Call – 1 * Power Line Down – 1 * Rescue Call – 7 * Situation Found Not Classified – 1 * Smoke Scare – 1 * System Malfunction – 1 * Unintentional False Call – 3
Building Permits The Madison Community Development Department issued 20 commercial and residential building permits between June 2 and June 8 for a total of $12,414.28. * 201 Celtic Drive – Commercial – $7,075.77 * 8115 Highway 72 West – Commercial – $2,150 * 401 Hughes Road – Commercial – $337.50 * 136 Antique Rose Drive – Residential – $24.96 * 119 Telluride Drive – Residential – $12.30 * 155 Laura Drive – Residential – $9.60 * 204 Manitoba Boulevard – Residential – $377.10 * 101 Green Fern Street – Residential – $254.38 * 108 Kings Cross Drive – Residential – $215.28 * North Rock Ham – Residential – $15.50 * 113 Radisson Lane – Residential – $21.48 * Commonwealth Circle – Residential – $267.56 * 522 Thoreau Spring – Residential – $394.21 * 103 Bay Pointe Lane – Residential – $48 * 204 Catamaran Circle – Residential – $442.38 * 316 Maplewood Drive – Residential – $12.45 * 115 Kensington Drive – Residential – $43.35 * 167 Bridgefield Road – Residential – $339.13 * 334 Yancy Road – Residential – $355.14
There were 24 electrical permits issued for a total of $700.40. There were 14 gas permits issued for a total of $160. There was one home occupation permit issued for $37.50. There were 16 mechanical permits issued for a total of $341. There was one miscellaneous permit issued for $1.20 and one permit was issued for CP copies for 17.60. There were 12 plumbing permits issued for a total of $1,109.
The grand total for all permits issued between June 2 and June 8 was 89 for a total of $14,780.98.

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