Kenmore, New York
Kenmore is a village in Erie County, New York. The village is within the town of Tonawanda. Kenmore is eight miles directly north of the City of Buffalo. For the most part, the town is residential. Kenmore was established in 1899 as Buffalo’s first suburb. As of January of 2022, the village population was 14,923.
Traffic Tickets in Kenmore, New York
Kenmore sees a substantial amount of traffic all year round due to its location. Three main roads run north-south through town and all lead towards the downtown Buffalo area. They are as follows, County Route 119 (Elmwood Avenue), County Route 118 (Colvin Avenue) and New York State Route 384 (Delaware Avenue). Between these three main roads, numerous smaller ones run east-west.
Kenmore employs its own police department. Officers of the village police are, like troopers and sheriffs, authorized to conduct traffic stops. The Village of Kenmore Justice Court handles various village legal matters, including all its traffic citations. For any ticket that is answerable to the Kenmore Justice Court, you can contact the Benjamin Goldman Law Office.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office
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