There were 105 building permits issued in December 2017 with a total estimated construction cost of $1,140,164.66.

Both of those figures are down from the 114 permits with a total estimated construction cost of $12,856,189 issued in November. The industrial addition at Frick’s Quality Meats topped the list in November for construction permit valuation at $7,500,000.

Listed below is a breakdown of the types of projects, number of permits issued and estimated construction costs for those projects:

Commercial alteration, two, $46,000;

Commercial building, one, $400,000;

Demolition, four, $31,500;

Electrical service, four, $11,724;

Fire alarm system, two, $8,500;

Floodplain development, one;

Grading, one, $500;

Commercial occupancy, nine;

Multifamily occupancy, 32;

Single-family occupancy, 25;

Two-family occupancy, nine;

Residential alteration, two, $6,500;

Single-family building, four, $430,000;

Single-family attached, two, $200,000;

Sign, two, $260.66;

Street excavation, three, $2,304;

Sewer lateral/repair, two, $2,875.