September buildings permits worth less than half of 2011's

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It raised the year-to-date total to $48.8 million, which is only about 15 per cent of last year's nine month total.

However, minus the $270.6 million permit for the new hospital, the total for the first nine months of 2011 was actually about $4 million less than the current third quarter total. The 2012 total is also about $10 million more than the 2010 total, and $30 million more than what was recorded in the first three-quarters of 2009.

The 25 September permits this year resulted in city revenue of $10,600, which again is about half of last year's September total. In this case, the running total of $246,700 is a little more than one third of the comparable total in 2011.
 

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