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Hillsdale Town Court

Phone Town Hall: 518-325-5073
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Mailing Address PO Box 305, 2784 Main Street, Hillsdale, NY 12529-0305
Attorney Advertisement Thomas B. Mafrici 315-699-3095
Street Address 2784 NY-23, Hillsdale, NY 12529
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About the area
The annual Falcon Ridge Folk Festival is held every July at Dobbs Farm. Hillsdale is a quaint pastoral town located just on the NY side of the Mass border in the Berkshires. Rtes 22 and 23 intersect the town and is just east of the Taconic Parkway. And don\'t forget nearby attractions such as Catamount Ski Area, Norman Rockwell\'s museum, some Shakespeare, Butternut Basin ski area, Berkshire Mountains. The population is now below 2000, much lower than it\'s historical peak of over 4000 about 200 years ago.
Hours of Operation Court is in session on Wed at 7pm Clerk Jan Keefner
Justices Russ Immariceon and Christian Kersten preside.
ADAs from the County handle this and other local courts.
Type Of Cases Traffic tickets and DUI offenses on Route 22 and some on 23 as well
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Old Comments about Hillsdale Town Court (hide)

Jun 30 2009 04:03:22: Many NYS Police like to issue tickets for minor, and often absurd infractions. This helps bring the money in of course, but every motorist should fight it out in court, especially if they are innocent, or if the violation is insignificant.