Whataburger, Chick-fil-A, Mill Street Brewery and Legacy Jeep permits issued

Commercial businesses pushed the city’s building permits to an impressive $9,310,381 in April, according to the monthly report released by Planning and Zoning Director Shontrell Roque.
It’s by no means the biggest, but perhaps the most interesting is a sign at 5123 University Parkway where there will be a new Whataburger. The restaurant will be next to the IHOP near the highway. The value of the sign is $20,000.

This article published in the print edition of May 5, 2022

Although the building is nearing completion, among the April permits is one with an appraisal of $7,170,893 for Legacy Jeep Dealership at 1882 Hwy. 504, also on the freeway.
The building that once housed The Capitol Federal Credit Union at 926 University Parkway is being renovated for sale with the permit worth $32,300.
The highly anticipated Chick-fil-A on Keyser Avenue has secured a permit worth $1,700,000. The restaurant also obtained a permit worth $12,000 for a sign.
Mill Street Brewery was granted a permit worth $17,450 for additions and alterations to the business at 108 Mill St.
McDonald’s obtained two permits. One at 5336 University Parkway costs $3,900 and one at 304 Keyser costs $39,000. Both are for electrical repair and replacement.
University Parkway Properties, 936 University Parkway, Fontenot’s Cajun Café, obtained a permit worth $11,200 for commercial parking.
Lott Oil Co., has obtained a business permit at 5423 University Parkway for a $120,000 business addition and alterations.
Other permits and their assessments have been issued to:
• Thurgood Flanagan, 1517 Northern, residential electric, $750
• William L. Townsend, 118 South Williams, residential electrical repair, $10,000
• Lisa V. Braxton, 721 Hancock, residential garage coverage, $1,000
• Grand Edwards, 713 Winona, home repair and electrical, $1,500
•Ann Colquitt, 329 Keegan, residential additions and alterations, $70,000
•Johnnie Dickson, 307 East Seventh, residential repair and replacement, $500
• Luke Sarpy, 410 Sibley, residential electrical repair and replacement, $800
• Franks Properties, 415 Sibley, residential electrical repair and replacement, $800
• D’Nissa Hester, 222 Adelaide, residential electrical repair and replacement, $2,500
• Calvin Jones Jr., 516 Texas, ACC/business structure, no rating
• Bobby R. McIntosh, 368 South Dr., signing request, $1,500
• Pecan Manor Apartment, 230 Fairgrounds Road, Residential Repair and Replacement, $1,500
• Edwin Harris, 1116 Dean, Residential, Windows USA, $16,358
• Dixie Foods of Natchitoches, 1204 Texas, electrical repair and replacement, $2,500
• Jewell Presson, 123 Behan, single family home demolition, $12,000
• Thelma Tate, 133 Cherokee, residential electrical repair and replacement, $1,430
• Zachary Middendorf, 1800 Williams, residential additions and alterations, $60,000