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  1. Plattsburgh (town), New York - Wikipedia

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    Plattsburgh is a town in Clinton County, New York, United States. The population was 11,870 at the 2010 census. The town is named after Zephaniah Platt, an early land owner. The Town of Plattsburgh surrounds the separate and more populous City of Plattsburgh. The town is in the eastern part of the county, in the North Country region of the U.S. state of New York. The region's airport, Plattsburgh International Airport, is located in the southern part of the town.

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  2. Plattsburgh (city), New York - Wikipedia

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    Plattsburgh is a city in and the seat of Clinton County, New York, United States. The population was 19,989 at the 2010 census. The population of the unincorporated areas within the surrounding Town of Plattsburgh was 11,870 as of the 2010 census, making the combined population for all of Plattsburgh to be 31,859. Plattsburgh lies just to the northeast of Adirondack Park, immediately outside of the park boundaries. It is the second largest community in the North Country region, and serves as the

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    Plattsburgh is a town in Clinton County, New York, United States. The population was 11,870 at the 2010 census. The population was 11,870 at the 2010 census. [1]

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    The population was 11,870 at the 2010 census.[1] The town is named after Zephaniah Platt, an early land owner. The Town of Plattsburghsurrounds the separate and more populous City of Plattsburgh. The town is in the eastern part of the county, in the North Countryregion of the U.S. state of New York.

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    The City of Platts­burgh is the pop­u­la­tion cen­ter and county seat at the heart of the Platts­burgh Mi­crop­oli­tan Sta­tis­ti­cal Area (MSA) - pop­u­la­tion 82,128 as of the 2010 Census. A sta­tis­ti­cal area rep­re­sent­ing the greater Platts­burgh re­gion (as de­fined by the U.S. gov­ern­ment), the Platts­burgh MSA in­cludes all com­mu­ni­ties in the im­me­di­ate Clin­ton County, New York area.

    Be­gin­ning with Samuel de Cham­plain's ex­pe­di­tion into the Lake Cham­plain val­ley in 1609, the Platts­burgh re­gion began to come under the French in­flu­ence, later pass­ing under Eng­lish and fi­nally Amer­i­can con­trol. The early French con­tact and its close­ness to Que­bec made this a his­tor­i­cally French area. Lo­cated in the ex­tended fur trade net­work in the Mon­treal hin­ter­land, the Platts­burgh area was the realm of the coureur des bois who served the larger trad­ing hub...

    1. Michael P. Anderson, one of the seven astronauts who died in the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster. 2. Dave Annable, actor, attended college at SUNY Plattsburgh from 1998 to 2003, and earned his degree in 2009. 3. Jean Arthur (1900–1991), comedy actress of the 1930s and 1940s and the star of her own CBS television series in 1966, The Jean Arthur Show, was born in Plattsburgh and lived there from 1900 to 1903. 4. Rockwell Blake, world-renowned operatic tenor and first recipient of the Richar...

    Platts­burgh is some­times mis­tak­enly spelled as Platts­burg, leav­ing off the \\"h\\". Adding to the con­fu­sion are many his­toric doc­u­ments re­lat­ing to the fa­mous naval en­gage­ment be­tween the United States and Britain in 1814 which refer to the Bat­tle of Platts­burg. As a re­sult, some his­tory has been writ­ten using the lat­ter spelling. For ex­am­ple, his­to­rian and for­mer pres­i­dent of the So­ci­ety of the War of 1812 in Illi­nois, John Meloy Stahl, pub­lished in 1918 \\"The Ba...

    Platts­burgh is at 44°41′43″N 73°27′30″W / 44.69528°N 73.45833°W / 44.69528; -73.45833 (44.695365, -73.458593).Ac­cord­ing to the United States Cen­sus Bu­reau,[when?] the city has an area of 6.6 square miles (17.0 km²), of which, 5.1 square miles (13.1 km²) of it is land and 1.5 square miles (4.0 km²) of it (23.40%) is water.[citation needed]Platts­burgh is on the west­ern shore of Lake Cham­plain, in the north­east­ern part of the state of New York, just south of Cum­ber­land Head.The Sa...

    [2000 Cen­sus County Racial and Eth­nic Ma­jor­ity]As of the cen­sus of 2010, there were 19,989 peo­ple, 7,600 house­holds, and 3,473 fam­i­lies re­sid­ing in the city.The pop­u­la­tion den­sity was 3,919.4 peo­ple per square mile (1,525.9/km²). There were 8,691 hous­ing units at an av­er­age den­sity of 1704.1/sq mi (663.4/km²). The racial makeup of the city was 89.88% White, 3.5% Black or African Amer­i­can, 0.38% Na­tive Amer­i­can, 2.77% Asian, 0.03% Pa­cific Is­lander, 1.03% from other r...

    The gov­ern­ment is headed by a mayor elected by a city­wide vote and a coun­cil of six mem­bers, one elected from each ward.Colin Read (De­mo­c­rat) is the cur­rent mayor of the city. He took of­fice on Jan­u­ary 1, 2017. 1. Colin Read - Mayor 2. Race and Ethnicity of NYRachelle Armstrong - Ward 1 3. Mike Kelly - Ward 2 4. Dale Dowdle - Ward 3 5. Peter Ensel - Ward 4 6. Becky Kasper - Ward 5 7. Joshua Kretser - Ward 6

    The City of Platts­burgh is home to SUNY Platts­burgh, a lib­eral arts col­lege which is a part of the State Uni­ver­sity of New York sys­tem. The Col­lege has been a part of the city since its found­ing in 1889 as the Platts­burgh State Nor­mal School. Today, the Col­lege is host to about 5,500 un­der­grad­u­ates, 700 grad­u­ate stu­dents, and al­most 400 fac­ulty members. Stu­dents at the K-12 level who at­tend pub­lic schools in the City of Platts­burgh are served by the Platts­burgh City...

    Platts­burgh has three com­mer­cial news­pa­pers: 1. The Clinton County Free Trader Today has a circulation of slightly over 15,000. (It merged with the North Countryman in 2010.) 2. The Plattsburgh Press Republican has a slightly more than 17,000 circulation. 3. Plattsburgh Burgh has a reported circulation of 8,000.

    Platts­burgh is about a 60-minute drive from Mon­treal, Que­bec. Many peo­ple com­mute across the United States-Canada bor­der, and the city ad­ver­tises it­self as \\"Mon­treal's U.S. sub­urb\\". New York state is Que­bec's largest trade part­ner, with about $6 bil­lion in trade annually. The prox­im­ity leads to Platts­burgh's promi­nence as a large trade cen­ter for a city its size.

    Bom­bardier Trans­porta­tion opened their 219,000 square feet Platts­burgh plant in 1995 to build rail­cars in the United States market.The stu­dents, fac­ulty, staff and spend­ing of SUNY Platts­burgh con­tribute ap­prox­i­mately $200 mil­lion to the re­gional econ­omy each fis­cal year.A fac­tory that will use ti­ta­nium Rapid Plasma De­po­si­tion (a form of 3D Print­ing) to make parts for the aero­space in­dus­try is being built in Platts­burgh, the pro­ject is sup­ported by the state of N...

    1. The crime film Frozen River (2008) was filmed in Plattsburgh and surrounding areas. 2. A scene from the Joe Cocker documentary/ Mad Dogs & Englishmen, was filmed in and around his April 7, 1970 concert at SUNY Plattsburgh. 1. Peter Frampton sang and was recorded for some tracks of the best-selling album Frampton Comes Alive! on the campus of SUNY Plattsburgh on November 22, 1975. This Student Association sponsored concert was held at Memorial Hall. 2. In August 1996, the rock band Phish,...

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    Plattsburgh is a town in New York in the U.S. It is in upstate New York, near Lake Champlain . This short article about a place or feature in the United States can be made longer.

  7. Plattsburgh (town), New York - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia

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    Plattsburgh is a town in Clinton County, New York, United States. The population was 11,870 at the 2010 census. The town is named after Zephaniah Platt, an early land owner. The Town of Plattsburgh surrounds the separate and more populous City of Plattsburgh.

  8. Talk:Plattsburgh (town), New York - Wikipedia

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    Was Dr Who's TARDIS perhaps manufactured in Plattsburgh? -- Picapica 16:05, 20 Sep 2004 (UTC) While the town contains the city, the city is legally not part of the town. (That's what distinguishes a city from a village in New York.) Thus, the town's population excludes the city's.

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    found: Wikipedia, September 30, 2019: Plattsburgh (town), New York (Plattsburgh is a town in Clinton County, New York; Town of Plattsburgh; the Town of Plattsburgh surrounds the separate and more populous City of Plattsburgh; town was established in 1785, but parts were removed later to form other towns of the county: Peru (1792), Beekmantown (1820), Saranac (1824), and Schuyler Falls (1848 ...

  10. Dannemora (town), New York - Wikipedia

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    Dannemora is a town in Clinton County, New York, United States. The population was 4,898 at the 2010 census. The town is named after Dannemora, Sweden, an important iron-mining region. The town of Dannemora contains a village also called Dannemora, the south part of which is located in the town of Saranac.