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September 22, 2012

Clinton County Property Transfers: Aug. 31 through Sept. 14, 2012

PLATTSBURGH — Here’s a list of land transactions in Clinton County Aug. 31 through Sept. 14, 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 Wenberg Properties LLC from Wendy’s VNY, LLC, Town of Plattsburgh, $1,000,000.
To Ronald D. Kautz from Holzer & Bereza Properties LLC, Town of Plattsburgh, $117,000.
To Brian M. Guest and Lynda D. Guest from Paul J. Schlitt and Heather G. Schlitt, AuSable, $210,000.
To Stewart Mitchell from Linda H. Mitchell, City of Plattsburgh, zero dollars.
To Darren Seymour and Melanie Seymour, as tenants by the entirety, from Aurora B. Nichols, Schuyler Falls, $15,000.
To David Miller and Karen Bondellio from Donald E. Miller and Marguerite J. Miller, City of Plattsburgh, zero dollars.
To Louis A. Dupras and Elaine M. Dupras, as tenants by the entirety, from Louis A. Dupras and Elaine M. Dupras, Clinton, zero dollars.
To Todd E. Ormsby from John L. Brean, Black Brook, zero dollars.
To Kimberly R. LaFave, Anthony B. LaFave, from County of Clinton, Altona, $7,000.
To Kyle J. Gibson from Marta Nolan, individually, Patricia A. Nolan, Elizabeth B. Pedersen and Teresa N. Barensfeld, as trustees of the Nolan Family Irrevocable Trust, City of Plattsburgh, $106,603.
To Lowell T. Warren from Theresa O. Garrow, Ellenburg, $600.
To Diane Duquette Burl, Denise Duquette and Lisa Barber, as tenants at common, from Carol Duquette, Champlain, zero dollars.
To Erica Johnson from William Badger and Shirley Badger, Saranac, $30,000.
To Stephen C. Light from Mark Murat Gultek, fka Hasan Murat Gultek, and Christele Clarin, City of Plattsburgh, $142,000.
To Aubrey D. Smith III from Sandra Jeanne Smith, City of Plattsburgh, zero dollars.
To Paul S. and Lydia M. Passino from Thomas L. Peryea, Altona, $21,000.
To Stephen E. Houghton and Jennifer L. Clukey, as joint tenants with right of survivorship, from Kathleen Grinberg Funes, Town of Plattsburgh, $169,900.

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