New Berlin, New York
Not to be confused with the town of Berlin in Rensselaer County, New York.
New Berlin is the name of a town and village in Chenango County, New York. The village is located inside the town. As of April of 2022, the town’s population was 2,544 and the village population was 893. The town encompasses approximately forty-seven square miles. It is sixty four miles south-west of Syracuse, New York. New Berlin was settled around 1790 and formed as a town in 1807. It was named after Berlin, Germany, where most of the town’s settlers have migrated from. In 1821, the town was renamed to “Lancaster”. A year later the name was reverted back to “New Berlin”. In addition to the village, there are a number of hamlets in town. They are known as follows: Amblerville, Chenango Lake, Davis Crossing, Five Corners, Holmesville, Sages Crossing and South New Berlin.
Traffic Tickets in New Berlin, New York
Officers of the Town of New Berlin Police Department patrol town and village roads. They conduct traffic stops and issue citations upon probable cause of a traffic violation. Police coverage is supplemented by the New York State Police and Cortland County Sheriffs, both of which issue traffic tickets as well. All traffic charges in New Berlin are adjudicated in the Town of New Berlin Justice Court. The court is located in the Town Offices building on North Main Street. The village used to have its own justice court. That is now closed and all village matters are adjudicated in the town court.
Most traffic stops in New Berlin are for speeding. Outside of the village, the speed limit is 55 miles per hour. Inside the village it is 30 miles per hour. Motorists approaching the village are pulled over quite often for speeding. The sudden drop from 55 mph to 30 mph catches drivers off guard. Most tickets in New Berlin originate on New York State Route 8 and New York State Route 23. NYS-8 runs north-south along the east town line and acts as the Village of New Berlin’s arterial road. NYS-23 runs east west in the south part of town. It gives motorists access to Amblerville and the neighboring village of Norwich to the west. Both roads intersect in South New Berlin. County Route 28 serves the mid-section of town, heading north and south.
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