Cortland County, New york


Cortland county was established in 1808 from portions of surrounding areas.

It is named for Pierre Van Cortlandt, the first lieutenant governor of the state and president of the convention at Kingston that wrote the first New York State Constitution in 1777.

Cortland County, New York has a population of about 50,000, and the county seat is Cortland.

Located in the glaciated Appalachian Plateau area, it is the southeastern gateway to the Finger Lakes Region.

Schools in Cortland County include State University of New York at Cortland and Tompkins Cortland Community College.

Cities and towns located in Cortland County include Cincinnatus, Cortland West, Cortland, Cortlandville, Cuyler, Freetown, Harford, Homer, Lapeer, Marathon, McGraw, Munsons Corners, Preble, Scott, Solon, Taylor, Truxton, Virgil and Willet.

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