COVID-19 testing site, McDonald’s renovations issued city permits



ELLSWORTH — Maine Coast Regional Health Facility will erect a temporary building to conduct COVID-19 testing, according to a permit issued in September by the city of Ellsworth. The building cost is estimated at just over $60,000.

Three additional commercial building permits were issued that month, including one for a $245,000 interior renovation of McDonald’s on High Street, a new roof and insulation for St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, estimated at $198,200, and tower upgrades on Buttermilk Road by Beechland Corp. for an estimated $25,000.

Of the 20 building permits issued, four were for new, single-family dwellings and four were for additions to existing homes.

Anne Berleant

Anne Berleant

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News Reporter Anne Berleant covers news and features in Ellsworth, Mariaville, Otis, Amherst, Aurora, Great Pond and Osborn. When not reporting, find her hiking local trails, reading or watching professional tennis. Anne loves tips and story ideas from the public. Email her at [email protected] or call her at 667-2576.
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