La Jolla building permits issued

Permit applications submitted to the city’s Development Services office May 23-27.

• 807 La Jolla Rancho Road. Replace dry-rotted beams, $15,000.

• 5212 Chelsea St. Remodel home, relocating walls and bathrooms, $96,000.

• 1675 Bahia Vista Way. New spa, no valuation listed.

• 545 Sea Lane. Install 8-foot fence with lattice on top, no valuation listed.

• 325 Mesa Way. Extensive remodel and proposed addition, enclose entry port, no valuation listed.

• 7607 La Jolla Blvd. Modify heating/air conditioning system for acoustic purposes, no valuation listed.

• 5336 La Jolla Blvd. Second story addition, no valuation listed.

• 7232 Romero Drive. Concrete masonry walls, no valuation listed.

• 9828 La Jolla Farms Road. Extend terrace; provide curb, guardrail and construct nw roof over terrace and walkway to home, $9,660.

• 1891 Viking Way. Construct patio roof cover at rear of home, $9,072.

• 464 Prospect St. Replace deck guardrail at penthouse, no valuation listed.

• 7544 Fay Ave. Tenant improvements for proposed nail salon, $42,000.

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