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Erin Town Court

Phone 607-739-8681
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Mailing Address 1138 Breesport Rd, Erin, NY 14838
Attorney Advertisement Thomas B. Mafrici 315-699-3095
Street Address 1138 Breesport Rd, Erin, NY 14838
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The town website is under construction as of December 2006.
About the area
Located near Marsh Dam, Park Station boasts 40 wooded campsites, a 100 acre lake with a sandy beach for swimming, boating (no motors) picnicing, hiking, cross-country skiing & ice skating, and of course, fishing - bass, perch & trout. Established in 1822, Erin has long been known for its fishing. (License required)
Hours of Operation Mon Tues Wed 10a - 5p; Thurs 12 - 7p
The Honorables Mary Jane Buchanan & Richard C. Woolever
ADA Lou Tarantelli (226 Lake St, Elmira, 14901 Tel:607-737-2944; FAX 607-737-2965; private office tel: 607-739-3836)
Type Of Cases fishing & boating violations, speeding, DWI/DUI, open containers, felonies & misdemeanors
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Old Comments about Erin Town Court (hide)

May 18 2011 04:29:05: So, what is a person to do, when a complainant is a friend of the small town judge?!?! Since the fabricated complaint is against me, I will know the answer soon. Small towns should not have judges that LIVE, WORK, or SOCIALIZE in the town they have jurisdiction over.