La Jolla building permit applications between Oct. 1 and 15

Here’s a list of applications for building permits submitted to the city’s Development Services Division from Oct. 11-15:

6502 El Camino del Teatro, pool remodel, $21,714

5543 Chelsea Ave., install pool, $12,320

337 Bandra St., add roof deck, verandas on second level, remove existing garage and replace with carport; valuation not listed

8560 and 8666 Via Mallorca, replace drywall, $1,500 each


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