La Jolla building permits Feb. 7-11

Here are the applications for building permits submitted to the city’s Development Services Office from Feb. 7-11:

5357 La Jolla Blvd., Work associated with removing wall for kitchen pass through, remove non-bearing wall, remodel restrooms in condo unit, $20,000.

6555 Caminito Scioto, Repair decks, $9,000.

7402 La Jolla Blvd., Repairs due to fire damage in retail building, no valuation listed.

7590 Fay Ave., Install 12 antennas and equipment racks for cell site, no valuation listed.

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