Deeds recorded

Beaver Meadows

Carolyn S. Henry to Carolyn S. Henry, 67 Berwick St., P.O. Box 217, Beaver Meadows, property at 65-67 Berwick St., $1.

East Penn Township

Kenneth J. Clark to Vincent P. Stasik, 465 Lower Nis Hollow Drive, Lehighton, property at 465 Lower Nis Hollow Drive, $174,000.

Kidder Township

Big Boulder Corporation to Marc W. Boulden, Ardmore, Pa., Unit 276, Buildig J., Boulder Lake Condominium, $215,000.

Linda Huff to Linda Huff, Colonia, N.J., Lot 601, Block 600, Section C, Holiday Poconos, $1.

Big Boulder Corporation to Sean Youngblood, Moscow, Pa., property at 275 Hummingbird Way, Lake Harmony, $213,500.

Mahoning Township

Robert A. Slaw Jr. to Robert A. Slaw Jr., 772 Frederick's Grove Road, Lehighton, two transactions, .89 acres and 1.61 acres, $1 each.

Markris Realty, LLC, to Last Meca, LLC, 300 Mauch Chunk St., Lehighton, property at 300 Mauch Chunk St., $300,000.

John J. Philbin to John J. Philbin, 63 Chapel Drive, Lehighton, property at 63 Chapel Drive, $1.

Palmerton

David W. Miller to Eric J. Yuknek, 244 Princeton Ave., Palmerton, property at 244 Princeton Ave., $121,900.

Frederick L. Hurney to Charles H. Thomas, Quakertown, property on Lafayette Avenue, $66,000.

Lars E. Wahlmark to Brian Scheirer, 202 Columbia Ave., Palmerton, property at 202 Columbia Ave., $102,500.

Pa. Land Holding, LLC, to Jim Miltenberger, Zephyrhills, Fla., parcel No. 42A-49-A39, $16,500.

Towamensing Township

Tina Louise German to Tina Louise Tarselli, Kalaheo, Hawaii, property at 960 Preacher's Camp Drive, $1.

Sharon L. Eckhart to Jeffrey A. Eckhart, 1450 Deer Lane, Lehighton, Ahner/Dotter Subdivision, Lot 3, $1.

Revenue from deeds

Carbon County Recorder of Deeds Emmett P. McCall reported his office recorded 162 deeds, 205 mortgages and 432 other writs during the month of April.

As a result of those transactions, McCall turned over to the Carbon County General Fund the sum of $28,459.05. A breakdown of that revenue includes: transfer fees, $23,273.50; data processing fees, $2,407.52; notaries, $130; commission on transfers and writs, $1,718.93; and Affordable Housing administrative fee, $929.10.

McCall remitted $399.50 in state writ taxes to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Revenue, while Carbon County municipalities and school districts shared realty transfer tax disbursements totaling $85,944.09, the same amount that was forwarded to the state in realty transfer taxes.

McCall deposited $2,382 in the Recorder of Deeds Record Improvement Fund and $1,588 in the Carbon County Records Improvement Fund, these being fees assessed by state law on each transaction for records management needs. An additional $16,990.50 was collected and remitted to the state for its Judicial Computer System program.

Also, $5,264.90 was collected last month for the Affordable Housing Program in Carbon County.

In all, funds collected in the Recorder's office last month amounted to $226,972.13.