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Building permits dip in December

8:57 PM, Jan. 17, 2013  |  Comments
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Building permit activity in Green Bay dipped significantly during the month of December.

According to city records, builders took out 123 permits for planned construction activity totaling $2.9 million.

That is down from 165 permits for $5.8 million in construction during the same month a year earlier.

The largest project permitted in December this year was a $660,000 office building remodeling on Pine Street. A year earlier, the largest project was a $3 million expansion of the city's CityDeck attraction along the Fox River.

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