Minetto, New York
Minetto is a small and rural town in Oswego County, New York. The town is six square miles and has 1,630 residents (as of June of 2022). Minetto is around thirty-five miles northwest of Syracuse and around five miles south of the Lake Ontario shore. The town was formed in 1916 and was a company town for the now defunct Columbia Mills textile factory.
Traffic Tickets in Minetto, New York
Most of the tickets issued in Minetto stem from the town’s arterial road, New York State Route 48 (NYS-48). It is a busy road that runs parallel to the Oswego River. Taking NYS-48 north brings you to downtown Oswego City and then Lake Ontario. Taking NYS-48 south brings you to the City of Fulton and then the City of Syracuse. County Route 8 (Minetto Lysander Road) is one of the other main roads in town that run north-south. It meets NYS-48 just south of the Minetto Bridge. Heading southbound, it brings you to the Town of Granby.
The Minetto Justice Court has jurisdiction over the town roads. The court is located within the Minetto Town Hall off Route 48. The town elected a constable that is authorized to issue citations upon probable cause of a traffic law violation. Traffic stops can also be conducted by county sheriffs and state police. For any traffic related charges in Minetto, you can contact the Benjamin Goldman Law Office P.C.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office is a traffic ticket defense firm. We help motorists with traffic infractions in Oswego County. Our goal is to make the process for our clients as painless as possible while getting them the optimal result. We’ve had success in achieving this goal, as indicated by all our firm’s testimonials. We can take on your case in Minetto. Contact us at your convenience.
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