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November 17, 2011

Clinton County Property Transfers: Nov. 7 to 11, 2011

PLATTSBURGH — Here’s a list of land transactions in Clinton County Nov. 7 through 11, 2011. 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 Timothy Atkinson and Dorothy Atkinson from Barbara Lynn Moriarty, Black Brook, zero dollars.

To Timothy Atkinson and Dorothy Atkinson from Darcy J. Siskavich and Donna Rae Collins, Black Brook, zero dollars.

To Saverio Minardi and Pamela J. Minardi, as tenants by the entirety, from Richard Robbins, Town of Plattsburgh, $25,000.

To Mark R. Peryer and Lora A. Peryer, as tenants by the entirety, from Emilie A. Barnaby, Altona, zero dollars.

To Mindy L. Sienkiewicz and Jessica L. Sienkiewicz, as tenants by the entirety, from Cathy Trosset as executrix of the Last Will and Testament of Ivy S. Stanley, who died on Aug. 8, 2011, Town of Plattsburgh, $111,000.

To Christine P. Tessier from Laura E. Tessier and Lisa A. Tessier, Peru, $87,000.

To Ricky D. Bechard from City of Plattsburgh, City of Plattsburgh, $84,000.

To Rolland R. Thomas and Michele M. Thomas from Leon W. Lobdell and Evelyn M. Lobdell, as trustees under the Lobdell Living Trust dated Sept. 2, 1992, Ellenburg, $70,000.

To Lewis P. LaBarge and Kristy M. McDonald, as joint tenants with right of survivorship, from Ricky L. Bosley, Champlain, $110,000.

To Michael B. Oliver Irrevocable Trust, Robert Bourgeois, trustee, from Michael B. Oliver Irrevocable Trust, Michael B. Oliver, trustor, Chazy, zero dollars.

To Lucy Monette and George D. Monette, as joint tenants with right of survivorship, from Lucy Monette, Champlain, zero dollars.

To Hall Communications, Inc. from Plattsburgh Broad Casting Corporation, Beekmantown, $925,000.

To Luc Kagan from Francis F. Taitt, Ellenburg, $30,000.

To Chester White from Stephen T. Heath, Beekmantown, $105,000.

To Richard C. Esposito and Shelly L. Mancini-Esposito from Richard C. Esposito and Shelly L. Mancini-Esposito, and A. Paul Scott and Alice Scott, Town of Plattsburgh, zero dollars.

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