May 2016: Real Estate Roundup

A final word on property disclosure forms

Lance Evans

Lance Evans

In March and April, I wrote about two state-required real estate forms. The first was the Agency Disclosure form, which is used by real estate licensees every time they work with a new client or customer in a residential real estate transaction. This includes a provision for advanced consent for the firm to represent both the seller and buyer in the transaction. There is a form for the seller/buyer transaction and a separate one for the landlord/tenant transaction. The other form, used in almost every transaction that involves the sale of a one- to four-unit home is the Seller Property Condition Disclosure. [Read more…]

May 2016: Business Scene

Carthage Area Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours at Community Bank

Community Bank’s West Carthage branch hosted the April Carthage Area Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours on April 13. [Read more…]

March 2016: Business Scene

GWNC Chamber of Commerce 64th Israel A. Shapiro Citizenship Award dinner

The Hilton Garden Inn, Watertown, hosted the Greater Watertown-North Country Chamber of Commerce’s 64th Israel A. Shapiro Citizenship Award presentation and dinner on Feb. 11. [Read more…]

Business of the Year award recipients honored by Watertown chamber

Krafft Cleaning services’ Lynn E. Krafft, left, and Justin Krafft receive the For Profit, Fifty or Fewer Employees Business of the Year Award Thursday from Kylie Peck, president of Greater Watertown-North Country Chamber of Commerce at Savory Downtown. Photo by Justin Sorensen, Watertown Daily Times.

Krafft Cleaning Services’ Lynn E. Krafft, left, and Justin Krafft receive the For Profit, Fifty or Fewer Employees Business of the Year Award Thursday from Kylie Peck, president of Greater Watertown-North Country Chamber of Commerce at Savory Downtown. Photo by Justin Sorensen, Watertown Daily Times.

With roots in the city that go back to 1915, RBC Wealth Management was among the 2015 Business of the Year award recipients honored Thursday by the Greater Watertown-North Country Chamber of Commerce. [Read more…]

February 2016: Business Briefcase

MILESTONES

Watertown Chamber names award winners

The Greater Watertown-North Country Chamber of Commerce recently announced recipients of 2015 Business of the Year awards. [Read more…]

June 2015 Small Business: WatertownFirst

New nonprofit touts small biz

Cody J. Horbacz is the executive director of WatertownFirst, a newly launched nonprofit aiming to start a movement in the greater Watertown area that encourages people to shift their spending from big-box stores to locally owned businesses. Photo by Amanda Morrison, NNY Business.

Cody J. Horbacz is the executive director of WatertownFirst, a newly launched nonprofit aiming to start a movement in the greater Watertown area that encourages people to shift their spending from big-box stores to locally owned businesses. Photo by Amanda Morrison, NNY Business.

WatertownFirst aims to build ‘shop local’ network

By Ted Booker, NNY Business

WatertownFirst, a newly launched nonprofit, wants to ignite a movement in the greater Watertown area that encourages people to shift their spending from big-box stores to locally owned businesses. [Read more…]

Barrett Paving, DANC honored with Business of the Year awards

WATERTOWN — When businesses in the community such as Barrett Paving Materials grow, the Greater Watertown-North Country Chamber of Commerce takes notice. [Read more…]

GWNC Chamber Jefferson Leadership Institute graduation – June 2013 at Savory Downtown

The Greater Watertown-North Country Chamber of Commerce Jefferson Leadership Institute Class of 2013 graduated June 6 at Savory Downtown.