PLATTSBURGH — Fesette Realty completed 2011 as Clinton County's top-producing real-estate firm and acknowledged the company's top-performing associates at its annual awards banquet.
"2011 was a strong year for Fesette Realty in all of the areas we provide service. Our associates and staff are committed to their clients' goals and represent them well," said Neil Fesette, the company's broker and owner.
Steve LaBombard was Clinton County's overall top producer in 2011.
Karen Gosnell finished 2011 as the top-producing residential agent in Clinton County.
Mary Kay Penfield, Judy Guglielmo and Andrew Castine also produced multi-million-dollar sales volume in 2011. Guglielmo and Penfield finished in the top ten of all licensed agents in Clinton County and Castine in the top 25.
Jessica Coffman was recognized for achieving the million-dollar production level.
Fesette complimented each associate individually for their talents, hard work and accomplishments over the past year.
Fesette Realty and Fesette Property Management have provided comprehensive real-estate services in Clinton, Essex and Franklin counties since 1992. Their offices are located at 176 U.S. Oval in Plattsburgh.
PLATTSBURGH — Nearly 12,000 individuals and companies in New York state have forgotten about $1.25 million in checks issued by Excellus Health Plan, including under its Excellus BlueCross BlueShield (BCBS) name. This is in the form of unclaimed checks issued in 2008 to members and providers.
A complete list of names of people and companies with checks to claim is available on the company's website at excellusbcbs.com/forgottenfunds. You can also see the legal notices in many newspapers across the state.
Every year, the state requires insurers like Excellus BCBS to make a list of unclaimed checks that are at least three years old. The names are then placed in advertisements in local papers in an attempt to find the people who have money to claim.