Monticello, New York
Monticello is a village in Sullivan County. The village is within the town of Thompson. It is named after the original Monticello, in Virginia. The founders of the New York village were admirers of Thomas Jefferson. The village of Monticello in New York was established in the early 19th century and is one the more well-known villages in the upstate region. It is an integral part of the Borscht Belt lore. Since the 1980’s, Monticello has languished economically, along with most of Sullivan County. The population as of 2018 was 6,439. The Sullivan County government offices are located in Monticello.
Traffic Tickets in Monticello
The main road through the village is Route 42 (Broadway). The village of Monticello has its own justice court that has jurisdiction over village matters, including traffic violations. Most of traffic patrol in the village is conducted by the local Monticello Village Police. Traffic stops can also be conducted by Sullivan County Sheriffs and New York State Troopers. Typical traffic stops are for speeding, using a cell phone, or not wearing a seat belt.
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