Osage County building permits filed Nov. 18 – Dec. 16

The following building permit applications were filed with the Osage County Land Development Office on the dates listed.

Nov. 18, 2014: Carl Freund, 1814 W. Hwy 56, Scranton, 20 by 45 lean-to, $1,200. 14BP92

Nov. 24, 2014: Jason Supple, 7205 E. 205th St., Quenemo, 20 by 40 cattle shed, farm exempt. 14BP93; Sprint Crown Castle, Brian G. and Diana J. Allison, 31459 Jordan Rd., Melvern, add antenna to existing tower, $20,000. 14BP94

Dec. 1, 2014:  Nancy Carpenter, 606 W. Poplar, Quenemo, 32 by 15 carport, $600. 14BP95

Dec. 3, 2014:  Robert Criss, 877 E. K-31 Hwy, Melvern, 50 by 60 machine shop, 30 foot lean-to, $15,000, farm exempt. 14BP96

Dec. 9, 2014:  Howard R. Nagel, 23309 N. Fourth St., Osage City, 12 by 24 shed, $1,200. 14BP97

Dec. 15, 2014:  Todd Laney, 27612 S. Davis Rd., Osage City, 88 by 32 house, $130,000. 14BP98

Dec. 16, 2014: Connie and Elvin Dillard, 4250 Paulen Dr., Overbrook, 24 by 18 carport, 12 by 18 shed. 14BP99; Allen Butts, 32741 K-31 Hwy, Melvern, 30 by 60 pole building. 14BP100

Osage County requires permits for construction, wastewater systems, and land divisions. Permits are valid for one year from date of issuance. Osage County has a neighborhood revitalization plan that offers property tax rebates for qualifying improvements, but application must be made before construction begins. For more information, contact the Osage County Land Development Office at 785-828-3347, or visit the office in the Osage County Courthouse, 717 Topeka Ave., Lyndon, KS 66451.


Contact us: Osage County News | P.O. Box 62, Lyndon, KS 66451 | [email protected] | 785-828-4994 | Powered by Osage County, Kansas