Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on July 11, 1974 · Page 3
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Thursday, July 11, 1974 Ukiah Daily Journal, Ukiah, Calif.—3 ByPAULCORBIiy The 10th Annual Mendocino County Contractors' Association barbecue will be held tomorrow at Lake- Mendocino Clubhouse beginning at 6 p.m. .Chairman for the event this year is Bill Penick, Diamond National Company, assisted by Jerrel Smith, Foutz it Smith; Steve 1 Shaffer, BAF Electric, and Jim Morris, Builders Glass. The event will feature the usual portable bar, along with the barbecued steaks and the complete dinner, being catered this year by the Lake- Mendocino Clubhouse Shrine Club. Activities this year will include some local contests between contractors and wives such as nail driving and other little technical, construction- type competitions for a variety of prizes being offered. Special door prizes or drawing prizes this year will be featuring gifts for the ladies, as well as a surplus of steaks that will be given away as part of the evening's festivities. Tickets have been available for the last three weeks in the hands of Chairman Bill Penick and Committeemen Jerrel Smith, Steve Shaffer and Jim Morris along with officers and board members of the MCCA. The annual barbecue outing of the MCCA has become a highlight among the contractors throughout Mendocino County and is well visited by Lake and Sonoma county contractors and their wives. Significant Gain The City of Ukiah ended their fiscal year more than double last year in. permit valuations, totaling $5,094,545. Last year's total was $2,456,288. More than $500,000 in permits was issued in June 1974, with new commercial permits running over $325,000. Mendocino County experienced the largest month of permits in the history of the building department, totaling $2,195,772. This compares to the total in June a year ago' of $1,175,449. There were 22 new residential «terts in the Ukiah area and 14 the* Coast. These totaled $844,900. Industrial permits, however, totaled $993,000. The grand total of construction for Mendocino County should show' in excess of $5 million for the City of Ukiah, about $12 million for Mendocino County permits, plus the projects which do not require permits such as federal and state road projects and highway and county road construction. This figure is estimated at approximately $8 million for a grand total of $25 million in construction activity for Mendocino County for the past , .,, / , . » 1 • W * #- w Mendocino County construction news LEGAL BUILDING — Rapidly assuming form is this handsome building at the.corner of Pine and Standley in downtown Ukiah. The structure, when completed in September, will house the law firm of Rawles, Golden, Hinkle and Finnegan, and provide for six offices. The frame building will be finished off with Masonite exterior and interior paneling. The offices in the rectangular 95 x 60 foot building will border an atrium paved with exposed aggregate to include a fountain and potted plants and shrubs. Total cost will be in the neighborhood of $125,000. Frank Crane of Ukiah is the contractor and the building was designed by Cliff Parlee. —Journal photo by Raymond. > year. This would amount to a payroll of between $8 and $9 million direct to construction workers, and a side effect of goods purchased and indirectly supporting payrolls of suppliers and manufacturers of some $16 million. Chamber of Commerce computations on the number of times dollars turn over would measure the effect of this income at a dollar flow figure of $100 million of commerce, which stresses the importance of this industry to the county economy. Homes Started Construction highlights for the month of June featured permits for several new residences including two for Burton Construction, Chablis Court, Ukiah; a new residence for Larry Artman to be built by RE. Conley at 1771 Wildwood, Ukiah permitted for $47,223. Another large residence was permitted to E.R. Rusconi on Pacific Way in Ft. Bragg for $35,000. Other residences went to William Barton Kendrick in Gualala, and to Catherine Tremaine for a house to be built by Donald Bruce in Mendocino. Donald Washburn and Leland Pierce both received owner permits for new residences on DeHaven and Sherwood Road in the Mendocino area. A manufacturing facility was permitted during the month to Robert Hannah at 425 East Hill Road in Willits. The. facility permitted for a little over $69,000. The largest permit of the month, however, went to Masonite Corporation where the William Simpson Construction Company will erect another plant facility at 250 Ford Road. This permit was for $900,000. A major permit also was issued to Plaza del Sol, Russell Quinnel the contractor, at 776 S. State Street, Ukiah, for a $325,000 office building. Empire Development of Ukiah also received a permit for a new apartment structure at 305 Cooper Street for $175,000. Other permits during the month included a new residence for Phil Jones in Fort Bragg. Austin Hall is remodeling and making additions to the Charles Adams residence in Hopland. New residence permits were issued for Robert Neese, John Meador, Carl Roberts with Kyle & Stolpe as contractors in Redwood Valley, Matthew Howard, a new residence with Therlow Llghtel has been In the automotive business In the Greater Ukfah Area for the past 15 years. Along with his son Steve, Mr. Llghtel Is expanding his Phillips business to Include Phillips and Eldorado Tires at prices anyone can afford. The Llghtels also plan to eventually feature batteries, chrome rims and filters too. If you are looking for prem­ ium'tires at wholesale prices, stop by their Brush St. address,~they also, mount and balance. THERLOW LIGHTEL & SON TIRE COMPANY-PHILLIPS DISTRIBUTOR 195 BRUSH ST.—UKIAH 442-3931 (Across from Daniel's Machine Shop) Peter Wagner as general contractor, MichaeWtfcCann, a new residence at 180 North Court Road, Ukiah, a new residence for David Lakes on Comptche-UUah Road, a new residence for Tevia Thompson with Coast Construction the contractor at 47081 Iverson Pt. Road, Lopat and Warner with Jones as the contractor in Ft. Bragg for a new residence and a new residence in Caspar for Kenneth Tallman. Also a new residence for Leonard L. Cassey at 1220 Riverside Drive. Crane of Ukiah is building a new residence on the McNab Ranch for Ronald Slim; Empire Development is the contractor for Guard Development for Masonite Corporation; Georgia Pacific took out a permit this month for a new foundation at 2163 N. State Street, valued at $50,000. New residences were issued to Eric Idarius in Potter Valley, Roger Doty in Potter Valley, to R. Wood at Laytonville, to William Hodge on Ten Mile Road and Bruce Bell is to construct a residence for Floyd Ashton on Highway 20. Some New Legislation Among the bills introduced and signed by the governor in the 1973-74 period was one called AB 630 which revises the definition of contractor to provide that any work .done on or about a mobile home or mobile home accessory building upon the site of such mobile home would be required to have a state contractor's license. The licenses which qualify are a B license or a specialty C61. This law is now in effect. Another bill which became law chaptered in 1973 permits the board of supervisors and legislative bodies of other specified entities to establish sewer standby or immediate availability charges. This bill came about as a result of efforts of the Humboldt County board of supervisors attempting to render a service in corridors which must be served by the County on the fringes of cities. 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