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March 15, 2012

Clinton County Property Transfers:March 5 to 9, 2012

PLATTSBURGH — Here’s a list of land transactions in Clinton County March 5 through 9, 2012. The buyer, the seller, the community where the property is located and the sale price (listed in that order) were culled from documents in the Clinton County Clerk’s Office:

To Jennifer J. Rock and Jason S. Rock from Glenn A. Monto, Beekmantown, $75,000.

To Kelly Flax and Jeremy D. Flax, as joint tenants, from Kelly Steffens, Town of Plattsburgh, zero dollars.

To Ronald H. Terry from Nancy Reome, formerly Nancy Terry, Saranac, zero dollars.

To Loney M. Lushia Jr. and Kathleen E. Lushia from Noland R. Oakes, Champlain, $400.

To David C. Gadway from Florence A. Reyell, Dannemora, zero dollars.

To Michelle L. Spooner from Claude A. Bouchard and Ellen M. Bouchard, City of Plattsburgh, $82,000.

To Federal National Mortgage Association from W. Bradney Griffin, Esq., Wilkins & Griffin, Champlain, $80,769.68.

To Kevin R. Arena from Jane C. Arena, City of Plattsburgh, zero dollars.

To Rodney F. Darwin and Tamie M. Darwin, as tenants by the entirety, from Raymond Darwin, Peru, zero dollars.

To Rodney F. Darwin and Tamie M. Darwin, as tenants by the entirety, from Raymond Darwin, Peru, zero dollars.

To Gary D. Boadway and Donald A. Boadway, as joint tenants with rights of survivorship, from AG Land Property Management I, LLC, Clinton, $672.75.

To Shirley Harry Pawling, as trustee of the Shirley Harry Pawling Revocable Inter Vivos Trust dated Dec. 15, 2011, from Shirley Harry Pawling, Saranac, zero dollars.

To James P. Garrow and Joan M. Garrow, as tenants by the entirety, from Gerald Menard, Peru, $151,500.

To Yulia R. Gazizova from Marshall D. Holzer, City of Plattsburgh, zero dollars.

To Lake Champlain Shores, LLC from John C. Leidner Sr., Scott R. Leidner, Dean Brannigan, Mark D. Brannigan, Kristyn Brannigan, Kurt Brannigan, Lauren Brannigan, as sole surviving heirs at law of Linda A. Brannigan, Beekmantown, $118,333.

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