SHILLICOTE – The monthly permit reports for this area for the month of December have been released. If you look at the data, you will see that the cold does not stop activity: buildings are being demolished, new ones are being built everywhere.
Two demolitions were confirmed in Chillicothe last month. The first was Madden's Dojo at 42 E 2nd Street. The building was officially demolished on January 5. In an online post, the Maddens noted that the days apart have been difficult, but they can't let that stop them.
Integrated Health Services at 182 Cattail Road in Chillicothe also received a demolition permit.
The City of Chillicothe has received approval for a new metal pier located at 400 E 7th St. This structure will be connected to electricity.
Ross County Christian Academy has received a conditional permit to build a new pedestrian bridge at 2215 Egypt Pike. Director Dr. Valerie Jones said the bridge was a fire escape from the church.
In Waverly, the Pike County Solid Waste Management District received two permits for two buildings. Permits have been issued for rough framing, electrical and mechanical work for a new two-story office and warehouse in the existing processing building. It also allows for a new download platform. The Waste Management District also received approval for new restrooms in the existing building.
New family money in Piketon to 7065 US-23. Recently, the company received permits for foundation and traction frame, electrical installation and mechanical works.
Shelby Reeves is a reporter for the Chillicothe Gazette. You can email her at [email protected] or follow her on Twitter @Shelby_Reeves_.
This article originally appeared in the Chillicothe Gazette; Action: December Permit Report Review.