Value of construction in Fort St. John now double 2012’s

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It left this year’s month-to-date total at $134.8 million, which is now more than double both the 11 month and calendar year totals of 2012, which were $62 and $63.6 million respectively. However, in the absence of a roughly $270 million permit for a new hospital, this year’s total is still less than half the 2011 record total of $338.8 million. 

City revenue from the aforementioned 15 permits was $69,800, raising that year-to-date total to $675,500. That is also now more than double the 2012 calendar year total which was $322,400.

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