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Montour Falls Village Court

Phone 607-535-7362, 7367
Map Google Map
Mailing Address PO Box 812, Montour Falls, NY 14865
Lawrence Newman
Street Address 408 West Main Street, Montour Falls, NY 14865
Email mvillagehall@stnhy.rr.com
Fax 607-535-7076
WWW Link http://www.villageofmontourfalls.com
Comments
The village court is part of the Historic District, listed in the National Register of Historic Places. A Google search highlights East Main St, instead of West Main.
About the area
Established in 1836 as Catharinestown, Montour Falls is the second largest village in the county, named in honor of Queen Catharine Montour, a French woman & last chief of the Seneca tribe that lived there. Nearby Havana Glen abounds in hiking trails & waterfalls; Catharine Creek is noted for its rainbow trout.
Hours of Operation Mon - Fri 9a - 4:30p; phone calls 1:30 to 2 pm (that's all?).
Judges
The Honorable Donald R. Spaccio
Prosecutors
Village Attorney Gerald DeFilippo (607-734-8175) & the office of District Attorny Joseph G. Fazzary (607-535-8383; FAX 607-535-8385)
Type Of Cases DUI, traffic violations, maybe some domestic violence too
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Old Comments about Montour Falls Village Court (hide)

Aug 18 2008 10:09:47: what happens when you don't show up for a speeding ticket? I hope it's just a default judgement. [Editor's Note: Might be a suspension from DMV. Maybe a warrant, but we don't see that a lot.]