ⓘ Otisville, New York


ⓘ Otisville, New York

Otisville is a village in Orange County, New York, in the United States. The population was 1.068 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Poughkeepsie–Newburgh–Middletown, NY Metropolitan Statistical Area as well as the larger New York–Newark–Bridgeport, NY-NJ-CT-PA Combined Statistical Area.

The village today in the town of mount hope, located near the Western city.

Otisville Mayor Brian Vaughn.

The name "today" also refers to Federal correctional institution, Otisville and Otisville correctional facility, a state prison located nearby. There is also a metro station-line winds North of port Jervis.

  • The Otisville station is a commuter rail stop on the Metro - North Railroad s Port Jervis Line, serving the community of Otisville and the town of Mount
  • Institution, Otisville FCI Otisville is a medium - security United States federal prison for male inmates located near Otisville New York It is operated
  • Otisville may refer to the following American locations: Grand Rivers, Kentucky, previously known as Otisville Otisville Michigan Otisville New York
  • Otisville Correctional Facility is a medium - security state prison located in Orange County, New York United States. It is located adjacent to the federal
  • The Otisville Tunnel is the longest tunnel on New York s Metro - North commuter railroad, at 5, 314 feet 1, 620 m in length. Although the track curves at
  • NY 211 enters the village of Otisville bypassing the Otisville Tunnel and bypassing the western reaches of Otisville Continuing east along the Port
  • American nonprofit 501 c 3 animal welfare organization located in Otisville New York Founded by Jim Kowalczik, Susan Kowalczik, and Kerry Clair in 2015
  • Hope. New York State Route 211 is an east - west highway in the town. Metro - North Railroad s Port Jervis Line has a station at nearby Otisville As of
  • Legislatures. He was buried at the Mount Hope Plains Cemetery in Otisville The New York Civil List compiled by Franklin Benjamin Hough pages 57, 127f
  • City on July 21, 1895. He was interred in The Plains Cemetery, Otisville New York United States Congress. George Woodward Greene id: G000426
  • The Dodge - Greenleaf House is on NY 211 in Otisville New York United States. It was built circa 1855 in the Gothic Revival style. The architect is unknown
  • only one species, Ctenopterus cestrotus from the Early Silurian of Otisville New York Stylonurids, which lived from the Ordovician to Lower Permian periods
  • Bronx, New York City, NRHP - listed Lillian Sefton Dodge Estate, Mill Neck, New York NRHP - listed Dodge - Greenleaf House, Otisville New York NRHP - listed