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October 3, 2012

Clinton County Property transfers: Sept. 17 through 21, 2012

PLATTSBURGH — Here’s a list of land transactions in Clinton County Sept. 17 through 21, 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 Patricia A. Robinson from Thomas Weightman and Elizabeth Weightman, fka Elizabeth Harris, Schuyler Falls, $62,500.

To Jan M. Stone from Michael C. Stone, Chazy, zero dollars.

To James F. Newton and Judith F. Cox, as joint tenants with right of survivorship, from James F. Newton, Dannemora, zero dollars.

To Francine E. Mitchell from Francine E. Mitchell, as administrator c.t.a. of the Estate of Catherine A. Mitchell, Jennifer Mitchell, and Michael Mitchell, Dannemora, $60,000.

To Shirley Napper from Harold J. Ryan and Joyce Ryan, Saranac, $200.

To Sally A. Devan from James M. Gee and Janette E. Gee, Town of Plattsburgh, zero dollars.

To Todd A. Manning from Susan M. Manning, Saranac, zero dollars.

To West Champlain Forestry, LLC, from Lyon Mountain Properties, LLC, Altona, $1,617,818.

To Junior R. Duprey, c/o Karen Trombley, from Junior R. Duprey and Debbie L. Duprey, Mooers, zero dollars.

To Darin M. Perrotte and Sarah E. Perrotte from Leander A. Perrotte, aka Leander Perrotte, Schuyler Falls, $25,000.

To George S. Dew and Dianne W. Dew, as tenants by the entirety, from Aurora B. Nichols, Schuyler Falls, $20,000.

To Deborah Faillace from Alain Bisaillon, Champlain, $12,000.

To Kent N. Heaton and Catherine E. Heaton, trustees of the Kent N. Heaton and Catherine E. Heaton Revocable Trust, u/a dated 7-27-2012, as the separate property of Catherine E. Heaton, from Catherine E. Heaton, fka Catherine Longto, Beekmantown, zero dollars.

To Earl Winch from Patricia J. Winch, as trustee of The Earl A. Winch Irrevocable Trust dated 7/20/99 and Patricia J. Winch, as trustee The Catherine C. Winch Irrevocable Trust dated 7/20/99, as each trust has an undivided one-half interest as tenants in common, Town of Plattsburgh, zero dollars.

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