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Building permits down in February

7:14 PM, Apr. 3, 2013  |  Comments
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Green Bay building permits were down in February this year, partly because of one large project that was launched a year ago at the same time.

According to city statistics, builders took out 126 permits in February this year for planned construction valued at a combined $11 million.

That is down from 134 permits for $40 million in construction during the same month in 2012.

The main reason for the difference was last year's permit issued for $36 million worth of construction on the new federal veterans health clinic being built at 2800 University Ave.

The largest project permitted this February was a $4.8 million remodeling of surgery facilities inside St. Vincent Hospital, 835 S. Van Buren St.

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