Coeur d’Alene School District 271, 930 N. 15th St., commercial, walk-in cooler/freezer, valued at $75,000.
City of Coeur d’Alene Water Department, 3820 N. Ramsey Road, commercial, storage, valued at $26,020.
Viking Construction Inc., 3903 W. Accipter Drive, residence and garage, valued at $101,000.
Copper Basin Construction, 7765 N. Wyeth Court, residence and garage, valued at $165,257.
Tom and Kathy Hearn, 817 E. Birch Ave., residence addition and deck, valued at $17,000.
David Karsann, 3430 W. Greenwich Road, residence, garage and shop with loft, valued at $5,000.
Matt and Jill Smith, 1593 E. Shadduck Lane, residence addition and patio cover, valued at $24,990.
La Quinta Inn and Suites, 280 W. Appleway Ave., commercial, re-roof, valued at $6,350.
Coeur d’Alene Bible Church, 5350 N. Fourth St., commercial, re-roof, valued at $46,108.
Neighborhood Inc., 301, 331-3100 Dakota Ave., Building 300, commercial, storage, valued at $1,212,825.
Rosenberger Construction, 11002 Cattle Drive, residence, valued at $287,000.
Termac Construction Inc., 1536 Olympus Ave., residence, valued at $169,190.
Melissa Demotte, Hayden, garage/carport, valued at $44,808.
Kris Pereira, Hayden, residence, valued at $467,345.
Dennis Lamotte, Rathdrum, residence addition/alteration, valued at $69,936.
John Munding, Rathdrum, site disturbance, residence addition/alteration, deck/porch and retaining wall, valued at $107,406.
Carey Schorzman, Rathdrum, residence addition/alteration, valued at $85,020.
Dennis and Arlene Corbin, Coeur d’Alene, pole structure, valued at $25,596.
John Sharp, Coeur d’Alene, block fence, valued at $10,000.
Robert Pemp, Hayden, pole structure, valued at $22,183.
Gordon Springell, Coeur d’Alene, pole structure, valued at $18,429.
Glen Garcia, Coeur d’Alene, deck/porch, valued at $5,176.
John Munding, Rathdrum, site disturbance, valued at $6,862.
Northwestern Builders Corp., 2054 N. Syringa St., residence, valued at $77,069.
Northwestern Builders Corp., 3610 N. Guy Road, residence, valued at $241,124.
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