The towns and villages of Central New York collected more than $11 million in fines and fees in 2022.
According to the State Comptroller’s Office, in 2022, New York’s nearly 1,200 towns and villages collected $189 million in fines, fees, and surcharges from traffic tickets, penalties imposed in criminal and civil cases, and more. This article reports the revenue collected from courts in a six-county region of Central New York in 2022. The Town Of Cortlandville collected almost $1 million in 2022, the most of any central New York town or village. The article also includes a tool to search the total fines and fees collected by every town and village court in New York. The village of Freeport in Nassau County on Long Island collected $4 million more than any other town or village court in 2022.
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