The Bell Glass and Mirror Company in Killeen is branching out, with a permit for construction of a new location showing up in last week’s permit report.

The new business is valued at $1.82 million and will be built by Aycock Construction at 620 Progress Drive.

City permit officials in Killeen issued a total of 165 permits last week worth $4.1 million.

Of the 165 permits issued, 10 were for the construction of new single-family residences worth $1.26 million and two were for the construction of new duplexes worth $306,728.

All Star Homes will build four of the new houses, Purser Homes will build three of the new homes and both of the new duplexes, and D.R. Horton will construct the remaining three homes.

The city has issued permits worth a total value of $87.96 million so far this year.

Harker Heights

Building officials issued 52 permits last week worth a total value of $966,858.

Two of the issued permits were for the construction of new single-family residences and two were for the construction of new duplexes, worth a combined total of 833,990.

Flintrock Custom Homes will build one of the new houses while the other will be built by the homeowner, and Cornerstone Contractors will build both of the new duplexes.

So far this year, the city has issued permits worth a total value of $19.41 million.

Copperas Cove

Permit officials issued 81 permits last week worth a total value of 800,695.

Three of the issued permits were for the construction of new single-family residences, worth a total value of 363,449. Silverado Homes, Stylecraft Builders and D.R. Horton will each build one new house.

The city has issued permits worth a total value of $20.22 million so far this year.

Nolanville

City officials issued six permits last week worth a total value of $1.66 million.

All of the issued permits were for the construction of new single-family homes.

Contractor Ashford Homes will build two of the new houses, and A&G Homes, Jubilee Homes, Alethium Star Homes and Concept Homebuilder will each build one new home.

So far this year, the city has issued permits worth a total value of $9.76 million.

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