AgawamAlan B. Olbrych and Candice E. Olbrych to Mark Rogerson and Lynne Rogerson, 68 Maynard St., $160,000.Ruby Realty Llc to Dmitriy Brutskiy, 178 School St, $150,000.Srinivasa Gutta to Ethan J. Nassar and Joseph M. Nassar, 90 Clover Hill Drive, $260,000.AmherstAlex K. Phakos and Lisa M. Minter to Jonathan S. Klate, Red Gate Lane off, $160,000.Trustees of Amherst College and Amherst College to Matthew L. McGann and Tina Shih, 43 Hitchcock Road, $500,000.BelchertownJames D. Hodgen and Jeffrey D. Hodgen to Jeffrey D. Hodgen and April Hodgen, 40 Sargent St., $100.Dahlia Development LTD to Robert Earl Bergendahl III and Kerri Ann Bergendahl, 201 Oak Ridge Drive, $448,387.BrimfieldJay Mooney and Nicole Mooney to David Muir, 31 Echo Road, $209,000.ChesterfieldNew Frontiers LLC to Rachael A. Hathaway and Matthew J. Hathaway, 115 Indian Hollow Road, $350,000.ChicopeeBarbara J. Caron and Karen C. Kelly to Glen E. Kotfila, 63 Britton St., $87,500.Brahman Holdings LLC, to Jennifer L. Weisgerber, … [Read more...] about Real estate transactions for Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin counties: March 3, 2019 edition
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AgawamAdriane L. Hill and Alan R. Massaro to Aaron M. O’Quinn Sr., 44 Briarcliff Drive, $227,000.Anthony M. Santaniello to Janet F. Platosz, 145 Raymond Circle, $255,000.Mark S. Naidorf to Hurricane Properties LLC, 19 Scherpa St., $330,000.Ryan J. Beaulieu to Ock Ja Kim and Kwang In Joshua Cho, 418 Meadow St., Unit A-11, $132,000.Shawne D. White, representative, and Stanley D. White III, estate, to Shawne D. White, 51 Chapin St., $100.AmherstTiffany Appleton to Tiffany Appleton Living Trust and Tiffany Appleton, trustee, 208 Pine St., $100.Larissa Schwartz to Elizabeth Donnelly Caban, William B. Donnelly and Judy A. Donnelly, 21 Hartman Road, $265,000.Shelley Steuer, trustee, Emanuel Rubin Trust and Emanuel Rubin to Pauline Y. Knihnicki, 25 Greenleaves Drive, $185,000.BelchertownPaul Robert Dansereau and Kevin Joseph Dansereau to Kevin Joseph Dansereau and Michelle E. Dansereau, Bardwell Street, $100.Lexicon Government Services LLC, to Kyle C. Bate and Christina A. Bate, 14 … [Read more...] about Real estate transactions for Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin counties: Feb. 24, 2019 edition
The former chief of a Franklin County, Tennessee, volunteer fire department has been charged in the theft of more than $20,000 in cash and credit card purchases state officials say he used to buy tires, groceries, TVs and even a vacation rental in Panama City Beach Jamie Stephens, the former fire chief for the Keith Springs Volunteer Fire Department in Franklin County, is accused of stealing at least $20,293 from the fire department by making personal purchases, according to a news release from the Tennessee Comptroller's Office of the Treasury on its investigative findings. State officials said Stephens withdrew thousands of dollars in cash from the fire department checking and savings accounts. He also used the department's debit card to purchase items such as televisions, food, gasoline, groceries, tires for his personal van, and a vacation rental in Panama City Beach. The theft also included $853 in fuel that was purchased on the fire department's fuel account, state officials … [Read more...] about Former Franklin County volunteer fire chief allegedly stole more than $20,000 from the fire department
AMHERST Second Hand Clothing Shop: The Amherst Senior Center announces the opening of a shop offering used clothing for sale. The shop will be open each Friday from 9 a.m.-noon in the Large Activity Room of the Bangs Community Center. Donations of clean, gently used clothing will be accepted during shop hours. Proceeds will help support the programs and services of the Amherst Senior Center. 2019 Parking Stickers: This parking program is designed to make parking near the Senior Center more convenient for older people. The parking sticker is valid for parking in the Boltowood Garage parking lot,both surface and underground, and in the twelve spaces against the fence east of the Ann Whalen Apartments for four-hour periods on weekdays between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. The 2019 sticker will cost $25 for the full year. More information at the Senior Center. Tax Work Off Plan: The town of Amherst participates in the the Tax Work Off Plan which allows qualified Amherst seniors to perform … [Read more...] about Senior notes for Hampshire and Franklin Counties and Metro East Plus, Dec. 19, 2018.
CLEVELAND, Ohio - Brady Lake Village may be gone, but it's not forgotten. Definitely not in Franklin Township which absorbed the village after the residents of this municipality in Portage County, near Kent, voted to disincorporate in 2017. According to Ann Hanna, one of the three Franklin Township trustees, and Lise Russell, township fiscal officer, a loan that Brady Lake arranged with Hometown Bank, of Kent, in 2004 has come back to bite them. The $450,461 obligation bond was used for the purchase and improvement of the Brady Lake village hall, adjacent properties and a ball field near the lake, and a fire truck. Brady Lake Village made twice-yearly payments until the end of 2017. An outstanding balance of approximately $203,000 in principal and $48,000 in interest remains on the debt, according to Russell. Russell said that the township was notified by Hometown Bank in July, a month after the regularly scheduled payment was not made, that it wanted the township to assume the … [Read more...] about Bank wants Franklin Township to pay Brady Lake Village debt