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April 21, 2013

Clinton County Property Transactions

PLATTSBURGH — Here’s a list of land transactions in Clinton County, April 8 through 12, 2013.

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 Francis W. Smith and Betty J. Smith from Gary L. Murray Sr. and Michelle M. Murray, Ellenburg, $89,000.

To Douglas G. Collyer and Brandi L. White from Matthew G. Favro and Sarah E. Favro, Plattsburgh, $228,000.

To Matthew G. Favro and Sarah E. Favaro from Stanley R. Supinski and Mary Jane Supinski, Plattsburgh, $260,000.

To Christopher R. Cook from Tammac Holdings Corp., Clinton, $65,000.

To Darren T. Polhemus from Clarence M. Hemingway, Altona, $3,000.

To Chris A. Lautenschuetz and Theresa Lautenschuetz from Chris A. Lautenschuetz, Saranac, zero dollars.

To John Santana and Julie Santana from John G. West, Plattsburgh, $151,000.

To Dustin H. Relation from Howard D. Relation and Sharon L. Relation, Altona, zero dollars.

To Kristin Lea Relation from Howard D. Relation and Sharon L. Relation, Altona, zero dollars.

To Yong Yu from Francis Gates Sr. and Judith Elizabeth Landry Gates, City of Plattsburgh, $110,000.

To Amy L. Tedford from Bryan J. Caron and Emily R. Caron, Saranac, $134,500.

To 55 Elm St. Properties Inc. from Richard F. Bleau and Harold F. Bleau, City of Plattsburgh, $115,000.

To Bryan J. Caron and Emily R. Caron, from Gregory Dew and Lisa Dew, Plattsburgh, $213,500.

To Ricky E. Napper from Rick E. Napper and Deborah E. Napper, Saranac, zero dollars.

To Richard J. Detulleo Jr. and Nicole M. Detulleo from Jacques C. Rabideau and Ann M. Rabideau, City of plattsburgh, $132,500.

To Harry W. Landry and Karen S. Landry from Harry W. Landry, Champlain, zero dollars.

To Jill E. Besaw and Scott T. Besaw from Jill Drollette now known as Jill E. Besaw, Dannemora, zero dollars.

To Elijah Curtis from Dennis Arthur, City of Plattsburgh, $85,000.

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