Minoa, New York
Minoa is a village in Onondaga County, New York. It is within the town of Manlius and is roughly ten miles east of downtown Syracuse. Minoa was incorporated in 1913. Initially a railroad village, it now mostly serves as a Syracuse suburb. The village makes up a little more than one square mile, and the population was around 3,500().
Traffic Tickets in Minoa
The village’s main road is County Route 55 (Main Street). It runs north and south along the eastern boundary. Many traffic stops occur on this road for speeding as motorists enter the village from the north and south. Other typical tickets include charges for driving with an expired license, unsafe passing, driving under the influence, and driving with a suspended license. Most tickets issued in Minoa are written by the Manlius Police Department. County sheriffs and state troopers can issue citations as well. All traffic violation matters are adjudicated at the Minoa Village Court. The village court jurisdiction is limited to certain legal matters that arise from within the village. This includes all alleged violations of New York Vehicle & Traffic Law. The court is located within the Minoa Municipal Building on North Main Street.
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