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Cambridge Village Court

Phone 518-677-8297
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Mailing Address **PO Box 85 or maybe Box 271, Cambridge, NY 12816
Attorney Advertisement Warren Redlich (877) 643-3486
Street Address 56 North Park St., Cambridge, NY 12816
Fax 677-3916
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Thanks to Clerk Witham for updating us with correct contact info for the Cambridge Village Court.
About the area
Territories from the Town of Cambridge and the Town of White Creek merged giving birth to the Village of Cambridge. On daily basis, art admirers and artist find inspiration of their art work in this nice rural community. The art sanctuary is the classical Hubbard Hall, Victorian Opera House inaugurated on the late 1800's. Families may practice several outdoors sports while camping at the most comfortable and inviting camping facilities. Hunters might also engage in an exciting journey hunting after deers or turkeys.
Judges
Hon. Philip J. Sica
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Old Comments about Cambridge Village Court (hide)

Aug 16 2008 20:28:58: I recently drove through the small town and was pulled over. The police officers are very aggessive. I would not recommend going to the town for any reason, a very big waste of time. They should get a real job and leave the tourists alone.