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November 4, 2011

Clinton County Property Transfers: Oct. 24 to 28, 2011

PLATTSBURGH — Here’s a list of land transactions in Clinton County Oct. 24 through 28, 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 William J. Reyell from Thomas E. Provost, City of Plattsburgh, $81,000.

To Carol R. Mitchell from David Miller, Kim Lavigne and Robert Miller Jr., City of Plattsburgh, $13,000.

To Carol R. Mitchell from David Miller, Kim Lavigne and Robert Miller Jr., City of Plattsburgh, $112,000.

To Dedrianne Hartgers and Jose Carlos Burgueno, as tenants by the entirety, from Antonio J. Gagliardi, trustee of the Antonio J. Gagliardi Living Trust, Beekmantown, $150,000.

To Richard H. Soper from Jeffrey R. Benjamin Jr., Beekmantown, $10,000.

To Michael S. Bond from Michael S. Bond and Shannon E. Bond, City of Plattsburgh, zero dollars.

To C. Philip Volk from Stephen M. Hieber and Shawneen P. Buckley-Hieber, Peru, $715,000.

To Dana C. Brand and Patricia A. Brand from Deanna L. Brand and Darla J. Holderman, City of Plattsburgh, zero dollars.

To Gabriel Girard from Dana C. Brand and Patricia A. Brand, City of Plattsburgh, $50,000.

To Barbara A. Bissonnette, trustee of the Ricci Family Property Trust, grantee, from John C. Ricci and Dorothy H. Ricci, grantors, Town of Plattsburgh, zero dollars.

To Robert W. Hendrie and Jennifer L. Hendrie from The Ricci Family Property Trust, Town of Plattsburgh, $108,100.

To Randy Patnode and Susan Patnode from Lisa Deno, fka Lisa Huber, Town of Plattsburgh, $213,000.

To Kent N. Hall and Dawn Marie Bernard, as joint tenants with right of survivorship, from Craig L. King and Christine A. King, Peru, $345,000.

To Mary E. Glen from Richard William Montroy and Marie Ann Montroy, City of Plattsburgh, $140,000.

To Allie Kay from Federal National Mortgage Association, Dannemora, $50,000.

To Irene M. Wray from Irene M. Wray, surviving spouse of Earl W. Wray, Chazy, zero dollars.

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