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Evans Town Court Contact Information:
Court is held at the Evans Town Hall located at 8787 Erie Road in Angola, New York 14006.
The Evans Town Court Judges:
Anthony J. Barone, Town Justice
Timothy J. Cooper, Town Justice
Timothy J. Cooper, Town Justice
Special court note: be advised that the Village of Angola Court is a totally different and separate court.
Evans is a popular town of about 17000 people located south of Buffalo southwest tip of the Erie County, New York, US. The town’s name originates from David E. Evans, a former agent of the now defunct Holland Land Company; he was also the nephew of Joseph Ellicott, a renowned land agent. Evans is bordered by the town of Brant to the south, Eden to the east, and the town of Hamburg to the northeast.
Evans was first recognized as a town in March 1821when part of Eden was annexed. Later on, parts of Hamburg and Brant were appended to form part of Evans in 1826 and 1839 respectively.
Earlier in 1804, the first settler name Joel Harvey established his home near the mouth of Eighteen-mile Creek. Others followed him in the succeeding years, but there is no record of their names. Joel opened the first tavern in Evans in 1806 while Ebenezer Ingersoll settled down two years later.
After that many people including David Cash, Elijah Gates, Nathaniel Lay, John Barker, and Seth and Martin Sprague trooped to Evans but preferred to settle along the shores of Lake Erie.
The first saw mill opened doors in 1815 on the site of Evans Center. It was not until 1852 that the Buffalo & State Line Railroad was opened for business drastically changing the course of settlement in Evans. Most people began settling in present-day Angola, a spot first settled by George Wilcox.
The first school in Evans was erected in 1857 following demolition of the tannery that was established much earlier by James Black.
David Evans was appointed an agent for Holland Land Company in 1827; a rather intelligent, sociable and compassionate person, Evans was loved wide and far.
According to US census of the year 2010, Evans had mere16,356 individuals and a low population density of about 391 people per square mile, of which 49.1% and 50.9% were male and female respectively.
As of then, the population of Evans Town was composed of 26.3% 18 years old and younger, 6.8% between 18 and 24, 29.4% between 25 and 44, 25.2% between 45 and 64, and 12.3% 65 years old and above. The median age was found to be 43.7 years.
The racial composition of the town in 2010 was 95.1% White, 0.6% Black or African-American, 0.8% Hispanic or Latino, 1.1% American Indian, 0.62% Native American, 0.2% Asian, 0.02% Pacific Islander, 0.2% from other races, and 1.1% from two or more races.
The record also shows that of the 6,639 households, about 56% were married couples while the average household size and average family size was 2.63 and 3.11 respectively.
With an estimated median household income of $57,324, the town of Evans recorded an estimated per capita income of $26,472 in 2013. Males made more at a median income of $39,022 against $26,698 for females. The cost of living index stood at 106.8, with 5% of the families and 7% of the entire population living under the poverty line.
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- Speeding under VTL § 1180 (b)
- Speeding under VTL § 1180 (d)
- Cell Phone under VTL § 1225
- Child Seatbelt under VTL § 1229
- Failure to Move Over under VTL § 1144-A
- Failure to Signal under VTL § 1163
- Following Too Closely under VTL § 1129
- Operating Without Insurance under VTL § 319
- Red Light under VTL § 1111
- Stop Sign Violation under VTL § 1172
- Suspended License Operation under VTL § 511.1 (Misdemeanor)
- Unsafe Lane Change under VTL § 1128