Philmont, New York
Philmont is a village in Columbia County, New York. It is within the town of Claverack. Philmont is approximately forty miles south of Albany and is considered part of the Capital District region. The village covers only one square mile. , Philmont’s population was approximately 1,495. The village was incorporated in 1891 and originally named “Factory Hill” due to the abundance of sheep wool factories built in the area. At some point later, the village was renamed after a wealthy mill owner, George P. Philip.
Traffic Tickets in Philmont
The Philmont Police Department consists of nine part-time officers. These officers patrol the village roads and outer perimeter. They conduct traffic stops and issue tickets on behalf of the Philmont Village Court. The village’s main road is New York State Route 217 (NYS-217) It is the largest village road that heads east and west. All other smaller roads lead to NYS-217. The village speed limit does not exceed 30 mph. Many traffic stops occur along. The speed limit suddenly drops as one enters the village. Many traffic stops occur as motorists enter the village jurisdiction. If you were issued a ticket for speeding in Philmont, do not fret. Contact the Benjamin Goldman Law Office. We can help.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office is a New York State traffic ticket defense firm. We have assisted motorists in Columbia County for well over a decade. Our office is ready to take on your case. Phenomenal customer service, quality results, and case transparency are why motorists choose us to represent them in court. Retaining our firm will provide access to a dedicated legal team with an unrivaled amount of traffic law experience. Get in touch with us for a free consultation. You have nothing to lose.
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